My tears are flowing freely.
There are many more to come.
Wave after wave my tears make a flood.
Stephanie J. Magee
About Stephanie J. Magee
Stephanie is very short and was always the one who got bullied. Counseling recommended using poetry and music as a way for her to deal with her feelings and emotions. Writing poetry is what got her through junior high and high school.
The first poem to be publicly published by Stephanie was in the Reader’s Digest magazine when she was 17 years old and pregnant with her first child. The poem was titled “If Men Could Get Pregnant.” Her mother thought the poem was great and submitted it to Reader's Digest without Stephanie knowing. She later received a check and a letter from them saying they would be publishing her poem.
“The Mother Lost,” published by Family Friend Poems, was the second poem she has ever had publicly published but the first one she personally submitted for publication.
Stephanie loves spending time with her grandkids and her dog Jack, Playing games on her phone, and watching movies on Netflix.
She is a kid-sized adult, and her nickname is Smurphanie.
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Very well said! I appreciate your transparency, which brings back my feelings when my own mother passed away.