One Girl By Andrea J. Spencer

One Girl

Saturday morning
Ruminating through summer images of you
…delicate as lace tickled up from a zephyr’s evening passage.

By Sunday, I sit, churning the zephyr into wind.
Filled w/ spit,
The rain spat words on my window.
‘Preposterous’ and ‘cruel’ were 2 seen in the drool.

“Go be a lighthouse,” the Father had sprinkled my head with.
…I think He’s sad I’m useless for the fog.

Andrea J. Spencer

Andrea J. Spencer has been a prolific contributor to the national media for 35 years, serving as writer, producer and imagineer. She has produced materials for PBS and other television affiliates and has written for a myriad of publications. She is currently CEO of the National Cancer Society for Animals and Media Director for We Are the World Productions. Spencer holds degrees and certificates in education, journalism and the fine arts and has been a many time honored Wheaton College staff professional as well as alumni. She is currently writing a book, ‘Professor in the Sky with Diamonds’, the story of a throw away dog, turned national icon the day cancer became her life.


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