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Traci lives in Portland, Oregon, where she is a writer, philosopher and a “connoisseur” of cats. She enjoys gardening and loves the Pacific Northwest because it is “melancholy, romantic, and dark” — and rainy. Like many young American poets, she is a devotee of Charles Bukowski.
“Renee” is the kind of poem that expresses what people hopefully do not feel all the time but says what they may want to say some of the time. Its themes are loneliness, depression, inferiority, envy, and bitter helplessness.
Traci Winston’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Traci. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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