In the Depth of the S's

Marji Morris

Chagrined, the woman talked of leaving the T’s
and entering the F’s.
By that, she meant she had left the teens,
and twenties
and thirties,
and was now—how did this happen?-- Forty.

As someone thoroughly
immersed in the S’s,
I found it hard to empathize.


Marji Morris has been with Writers Bloc since its inception, around 20 years. Although no longer very active with the group, she led it for the first 15 years or so. "I used to write a lot of poetry. Then I gravitated to short fiction (including flash fiction) and from there to personal essays." Writers Bloc began as a journaling group. It gradually transitioned into a personal memoir group and then into a "whatever you like to write" group.  Currently, there are historians, novelists, poets, and essayists involved. Some are published writers and others are hobby writers. 


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