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Sour Becomes Sweet If You Stir In Enough Sugar by Joanne Kennedy Frazer

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Joanne Kennedy Frazer is a retired peace and justice director and educator for faith-based organizations at state, diocesan and national levels. Penning her life’s passions into poetry has become the delight and vocation of her silvering years and has rewarded her with the gift of awe as her daily companion.  Her work has appeared in several Old Mountain Press’ anthologies, Poetic Portions 2015 anthology, Soul-lit Journal of Spiritual Poetry, Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine, Panoply Literary Zine, Snapdragon Journal, Whirlwind Magazine and Kakalak 2017. Three of her poems have been turned into a song cycle by composer C.M. Fuentes. She lives in Durham. NC.
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