Shelley Warner : Writing

Not Stupid

Not Stupid

A Poem by Shelley Warner


a poem in iambic pentameter
Two boys

Two boys

A Poem by Shelley Warner


A sestina poem
Thank You for Being an Uncle

Thank You for Being an Uncle

A Poem by Shelley Warner


photos are from a Labor Day back packing trip
The Next Room, Reflections from John's Front Porch

The Next Room, Reflections from John's Front Porch

A Story by Shelley Warner


I sat on a wrought iron bench, with flowered cushions, on John’s deck and watched Baxter, my rambunctious terrier dash about the yard in great..
Dead Trees Standing, another Adventure with John in his Red Ford Truck

Dead Trees Standing, another Adventure with John i..

A Story by Shelley Warner


It’s September 4, 2021 and we head out I 5 North, connecting with 503 towards Cougar, Washington. We pass through tree tunnels, where trees be..
Adventures with John in his Red Ford Truck

Adventures with John in his Red Ford Truck

A Story by Shelley Warner


Our latest adventure, August 29, 2021
Do You Love Me?

Do You Love Me?

A Poem by Shelley Warner


Do You Love Me? I haven’t heard the words, though we’ve been together two years now. I know you were hesitant, after l..
Raising Baxter

Raising Baxter

A Story by Shelley Warner


For dog lovers out there
Hot Nights

Hot Nights

A Poem by Shelley Warner


for those of you who prefer gloomy weather like me
Lost Hair

Lost Hair

A Poem by Shelley Warner


I finger comb my shampooed silver/brown hair and curly strands attach themselves to my digits, which I shake off onto my hardwood floor, wher..

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