March 23, 2020


Judith Alexander Brice



[Poem]

Poem

Christmas Spirit (2019-12-23) poem unrhymed

Judith Alexander Brice is a retired Pittsburgh psychiatrist whose love of nature and acquaintance with illness inform much of her work.She has had over 50 poems published in journals and anthologies, including "The Golden Streetcar," "Voxpopulisphere.com," "The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette," "The Magnolia Review.com," and "Annals of Internal Medicine."

The Scent of Sound (2020-01-27) poem unrhymed

" Did you see him today, that glamoring cardinal..."

Doublemindedness (2020-02-24) poem unrhymed

"...It slithers in, defies and then deceives ..."

Of Cairns and Gratitude (2020-03-23) poem unrhymed

"...such friendly banter which wishes only joy and tender years to come..."


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Judith Alexander Brice
Judith Alexander Brice


Judith Alexander Brice is a retired Pittsburgh psychiatrist whose love of nature and acquaintance with illness inform much of her work.

She has had over 50 poems published in journals and anthologies, including The Golden Streetcar, Voxpopulisphere.com, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Magnolia Review.com, and Annals of Internal Medicine. On two occasions, Judy received awards in The Allen Ginsberg Poetry Prize, sponsored by The Paterson Literary Review. Judy has authored two poetry books: Renditions in a Palette (2013) and Overhead From Longing (2018), both published by an imprint of WordTech Communications. Her poem, Mourning Calls, set to music by Tony Manfredonia, can be heard on his web-site: Tony Manfredonia.



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