Mary Heyborne’s first of four books of poetry, “Who’ll Pick the Morning Rose?” covers a wide range of topics but has a generous selection of love poems and poetry relating to art and family. There is, also, a small section called “Post Diagnosis” that deals with her responses to being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer.
Mary’s poetry is influenced by her roles as wife, mother and potter, but she writes for everyman in her celebration of the commonplace and her search for universal truths. “Who’ll Pick the Morning Rose?” is her affirmation that life and love are expanded when shared.
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