About Author: Sally Cook

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Sally Cook is both painter and poet. Whether writ­ing or paint­ing, she keeps a sharp eye out for the psy­cho­log­i­cal por­trait. Her essays and poetry have been pub­lished in jour­nals such as The Chimera, Chron­i­cles, Con­tem­po­rary Son­net, Iambs & Trochees, Pivot, and The For­mal­ist Por­tal. Look for her in the next issue of Light Quar­terly. Cook’s review “Rhyming The Right”, of William Baer’s anthol­ogy “The Con­ser­v­a­tive Poets”, may be seen both in the cur­rent issue of The Uni­ver­sity Book­man and on its website.

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One Wintry Day

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Jesus Saves

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Zapped By Cupid

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Nine Principles for Making a Contemporary Piece of Art

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The Lost Part

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An Afternoon Idyll

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Seasonal

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The Companion

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Cemetery

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Gardening

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Once The Honeymoon Is Over

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Norms

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Making Music

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Poem For A Birthday

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The Naked Truth

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