Anne Born's Writings
What must daybreak be like when you’ve slept all night on a bench on the park, Surrounded by the cool breeze off the river, covered by tall trees, Your stolen grocery cart in front of you, filled with all those plastic bags? I can’t shelter you. On my way to work, off the bus, wearing my clean clothes and my favorite shoes, carrying breakfast...
Solvitur ambulando. It is solved by walking.”
I have been an editor and writer all my life. I write poems, short stories, essays on family history and my view of living in a big city after growing up in a small one. I like an audience or I would keep my writing in my notebook. This...