|Two Poems by Geri Rosenzweig|
Prayer For Orpheus
GERI ROSENZWEIG is a regular contributor to ForPoetry.com. Her forthcoming book, White Sandals (Sulphur River Literary Review) is scheduled for publication in 2003. She was also the featured poet in Sulphur River Literary Review this Fall. She won the First Prize BBC (British Broadcasting Company) Wildlife Poetry Competition for her poem, "Osprey". It appeared in the print issue of Wildlife Magazine in August, and on the Web, www.bbc.co.uk, mid-August 2000. Recently, she won the Rueben Rose Poetry Award in "Voices Israel".
Geri Rosenzweig was born and raised in Ireland. She worked as an RN in Ireland and London before coming to New York. Her poems have been published in such journals as Verse, The Nebraska Review, Greensboro Review, Annals of Internal Medicine, Christian Science Monitor, Poet Lore, ThreeCandles.org, Confrontation, and elsewhere. Her First bookof poems, (click title) Under The Jasmine Moon, was published by HMS Press, London, Ontario, Canada. Her chapbook of poems, (click title) Half The Story, was published by March Street Press, North Carolina. She has completed two poetry residencies at Warren Wilson College. Geri Rosenzweig is also a member of the Hudson Valley Writer's Center, where she has taught poetry workshops.
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