Lisa E. Sheroan

Lisa E. Sheroan

About Lisa E. Sheroan

Ms. Sheroan’s mother and brother are often her poetic muses, though she occasionally explores writing creatively about life, love and nature. Ms. Sheroan enjoys sketching and gardening in her free time. She’s a fan of period romance movies. She lives in Indianapolis and is “mom” to her German Shepherds and beautiful Persian and Bengal cats. Ms. Sheroan has a master’s degree in nursing education and has been a registered nurse for almost 30 years.
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    Poems by Lisa E. Sheroan

  • The Night Sky

    I had an epiphany one starry night thinking of my mom and brother. They have both have passed. In my grief, I considered the miraculous existence of our universe and the wonders of time and space. This poem explores my belief that life is too complex to end at physical death.

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    • Posted 4 days, 6 hours ago

    in Grief Poems

    Looking up at the moonlit sky
    In the quiet of the night
    I found a truth that stilled my soul
    In a tiny speck of light

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  • 615 North Street

    My poem is about a strange experience I had decades ago while living alone. I remember it very clearly. Was it supernatural or just someone doing something strange in the middle of the night? I don't know the answer. This poem is best read aloud. I wish I could read it to you! I hope you enjoy it.

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    • Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

    in Fear Poems

    Boom. Boom. Boom.
    The rhythmic sound wakes me
    From a deep, peaceful sleep
    What could it be?

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  • A Horse On A Hill

    My mom and I were so much alike. After she passed in 2019 I experienced many dark days. I found that focusing on our similarities was a way to honor her. I believe she lives on through me in many ways. I hope this poem captures that belief.

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    • Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

    in Mother Death Poems

    A horse on a hill
    Past the old railroad tracks
    Just up the road
    From the broken-down shack

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  • Can I Really Love Anything?

    • Published: April 1, 2024

    in Moving On Poems

    Can I really love anything?
    My home, my life, the fantasy?
    What trouble will it bring,
    If I can't love anything?

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    • Rating 4.31
  • I Don't Want My Boy To Go

    • Published: April 1, 2024

    in Grief Poems

    Deep sadness overcame me
    When I heard the dreadful news
    God, please say it isn't so
    I don't want my boy to go

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