Paulette Sharron Stewart

Paulette Sharron Stewart

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Waimate, New Zealand
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Biography Of Paulette Stewart Poet/Writer

Hi! my name is Paulette Stewart aged 50 I live in the South Island of New Zealand in a small town called Waimate am married to Melvyn a farmer and have two daughters aged 23 and 21.

Currently I am a staff writer with Poetic Magazine and a journalist with the new emerging magazine Indie in the U.S.A .I am an Ordained Minister, Counselor,artist and writer with Grade 8 in 'Speech and Drama with the Royal Trinity College of London. My writing came out of a childhood where an active imagination was feed, I made up imaginary stories with my dolls, plays, which I coerced my youngest sister to perform with myself
to family, friends, neighbours, with the lure of money as prizes from school concerts, where cries from her sister,



Don't worry , we will make it up as we go, and they did.

After many years where life took her on other parts and her thinking was that she could live without developing her creative part, thus deny a part of who she was through circumstances she came back to writing five years ago.

Since seriously writing she has been published in the following
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International Library of Poets in several Anthropologies including 'Best Poems for 2004, up for nomination for best poet for 2005, Noble House in U.K. And U.S.A., Womans' Corner, Auckland Poetry Society, Byline, Firstwriters, Voicesorg, Masque Publishing, Voicesnet. Won poetry contest for the month 2006, Anthropology 2006 ,
From A Common Spring Vol 11 edited by Mic Johnson , The New American Voice (American Open Mike Volume 2) by editor G.J. Laity.
This year in September 2006 competed in her first 'Poetry Idol' contest and was a runner up in the competition.
In 2006 with the International Library of Poets was awarded the 'Editors Choice Poet.





































Biography Of Paulette Stewart Poet/Writer

Hi! my name is Paulette Stewart aged 50 I live in the South Island of New Zealand in a small town called Waimate am married to Melvyn a farmer and have two daughters aged 23 and 21.

Currently I am a staff writer with Poetic Magazine and a journalist with the new emerging magazine Indie in the U.S.A .I am an Ordained Minister, Counselor,artist and writer with Grade 8 in 'Speech and Drama with the Royal Trinity College of London. My writing came out of a childhood where an active imagination was feed, I made up imaginary stories with my dolls, plays, which I coerced my youngest sister to perform with myself
to family, friends, neighbours, with the lure of money as prizes from school concerts, where cries from her sister,



Don't worry , we will make it up as we go, and they did.

After many years where life took her on other parts and her thinking was that she could live without developing her creative part, thus deny a part of who she was through circumstances she came back to writing five years ago.

Since seriously writing she has been published in the following
,
International Library of Poets in several Anthropologies including 'Best Poems for 2004, up for nomination for best poet for 2005, Noble House in U.K. And U.S.A., Womans' Corner, Auckland Poetry Society, Byline, Firstwriters, Voicesorg, Masque Publishing, Voicesnet. Won poetry contest for the month 2006, Anthropology 2006 ,
From A Common Spring Vol 11 edited by Mic Johnson , The New American Voice (American Open Mike Volume 2) by editor G.J. Laity.
This year in September 2006 competed in her first 'Poetry Idol' contest and was a runner up in the competition.
In 2006 with the International Library of Poets was awarded the 'Editors Choice Poet.




















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Posted 5 Years Ago


Hi friend, I hope to see you back on the Cafe soon,
it would be great to read your new inspirations ^_^
Kindest Regards, Michael


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Posted 8 Years Ago


We do not believe in ourselves until someone reveals that deep inside of us something is valuable, worth listening to, worthy of our touch, sacred to our touch. Once we believe in ourselves we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.

~E. E. Cummings

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Posted 9 Years Ago


Hi there,
Thanks for accepting the friend request. I certainly look forward to read your writings, and I shall as soon as I'm done with finals,

aLejanDro

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Hey Paulette:) Thank you very much for your constructive review. It was highly appreciated. To help you understand what this line means:

Bound conjured sorcery of fatal mist

Basically it's meaning it sends out is that your trapped in a creation of illusion that you can't flee from. Most of my pieces are diffulcult to understand for I use many metaphors. My poetry are my emotions written on paper in limitless ways. Thanks for taking the time to read this long poem.

-veronica