Claire Acerno is a mother, grandmother, housefrau, poet and all around fun gal.
Her work is recently unpublished in Harper’s Bazar, Travel Magazine, Writer’s and Poets, New York Times and most recently the New Yorker.
She used to like children but has outgrown them, though still an advocate for children’s literature (she likes the pictures).
Reading her poetry will enrich and exercise the left hemisphere of your brain and will wreak havoc on the right lobe.
She wants to tell everyone to be kind to one another even when you feel like punching someone in the head. They were babies once too. Go-head, I challenge you to imagine your worst enemy as a baby…. Cute huh. (no combover)
Your mind is your best friend, tell it what you want, make it happy, then pass it around.