– previously published as a finalist in TulipTree Review’s Wild Women Contest issue.
Poem by Tracy Rose Stamper.
Tracy Rose Stamper dances with words. She lives in a home on a hill in St. Louis with two beloved humans, two rescue beagle boys, and two whimsical wind sculptures. You can find wildflower seeds in her floral purse and rose quartz in her pocket because she believes in beauty – finding it, creating it, recognizing it, relishing it, being it, breathing it. Tracy is a contributing author of Anna Linder’s ‘The Book of Emotions,’ and has had work appear in Rebelle Society, New Feathers Anthology, Drunk Monkeys, Feels, and borrowed solace, among others. You can find her dancing with words at www.facebook.com/DancingPenTracyStamper.