Breakfast Poetry…

Poetry Breakfast.com is a marvelous site which delivers  a daily poem, like a fresh croissant. (Or a scone, or a blueberry muffin, depending). Today my poem “Tethered” was featured. Enjoy!

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Gabriella Brand

Gabriella Brand is a writer, adventurer, and educational consultant. She can't stop teaching and learning foreign languages. She would like to walk on all the continents (three more to go!). Her husband is extremely patient and her children are, fortunately, all grown up.

7 thoughts on “Breakfast Poetry…”

  1. Loved it…especially poignant for those of us who are getting a little crusty around the edges. Merci! Louise

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  2. Gabriella, I am now reading Mothballs. And laughing out loud! (Soon I will be reading out loud, to my partner, who is wondering….).

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