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– Poetry by Sandra Hosking –

Featured in issue 14 of Dreamers Magazine

Like white linen butterflies
The envelopes flew and fluttered
With each passing car
Refugees from a broken box on the asphalt
Their empty windows
Looking for sanctuary
No one stopped

About the Author – Sandra Hosking
Sandra Hosking

Sandra Hosking is a Pushcart-nominated poet, playwright, and photographer based in the Pacific Northwest. Her work has recently appeared in Red Ogre Review, The Elevation Review, Havik, Black Lion Review, and more. She holds M.F.A. degrees in theatre and creative writing.s. As a professional editor, writer, playwright, and photographer based in Spokane, WA, her publishing credits also include The Spokesman-Review, Journal of Business, Glass International, Corrugated Today, 3 Elements Review, Cirque Literary Journal, Edify Fiction, and more. Her plays have been performed in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Canada, New Zealand, and elsewhere. Hosking holds an M.F.A. in theatre/playwriting from the University of Idaho and an M.F.A. in creative writing from Eastern Washington University.

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