About Sabra


Just the Facts:  Accountant in a corporate office.  Native Georgian (Southern State in the USA).   Writes poetry, flash fiction, and essays.

Other Facts:  I read at red lights and write poetry at lunch.  My writing is published in anthologies, literary journals, newspapers, and on my blog.   I love a good story…on the page, the stage, the screen, or at an open mic.

A Little More:  Always the spiritual seeker,  I’m deeply nourished by a day of solitude and by poetry…my daily medicine for wholeness.

 

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27 Responses to About Sabra

  1. We might be relatives! My paternal grandmother’s name was Pauline Bowers.

    • Sabra Bowers says:

      Paula, Bowers is my married name. You may be related to my late husband. Thanks for visiting my blog. By the way, Slater is my maiden name…as in Later, Miss Slater.

  2. Didn’t know we had so much in common. Wouldn’t mind if some of your accounting skills seeped into me by association. We have some stories to tell each other, I’m sure.

    • Sabra Bowers says:

      Nice to hear we have much in common, Lori. Maybe we will tell each other our stories some day. I know I enjoyed the memoir pieces you wrote. 🙂 I look forward to your refashioned blog.

  3. Hi Sabra, just taking a gander at your blog here. Thanks for the follow!

    Benjamin Thomas

  4. Imelda says:

    Sabra, I just want to let you know that I like your blog name. 🙂 It sticks in the mind.

  5. Tonya Givens says:

    If your maiden name is slater , you might be related to my boyfriend. He is looking for his mother

    • Sabra Bowers says:

      Tonya, I wish him success in finding his mother. I don’t believe anyone in my particular Slater family would be his mother. Thank you for visiting my blog. Warm and best wishes to you both.

  6. Claudsy says:

    Sabra, I’ve always enjoyed your poetry for many reasons. The depth of your perception is only one facet that makes it what it is. You, my friend, are a person who’d never be boring or boorish. And that makes you a great person to know and appreciate. Solitude teaches us about ourselves, and you seem to have learned much.

    Blessings to you, Sabra.

  7. Sabra Bowers says:

    Claudsy, your comments warm my heart on this funky Sunday afteroon of remembering other times. Solitude is indeed a great teacher which I mainly embrace, but occasionally carry as heavy. I’m glowing in your blessings and sending my blessing back to you. Thank you, Claudsy.

  8. Sabra! I am so glad we have reconnected and I will have the opportunity to learn more about you and your journey!

    • Sabra Bowers says:

      I was delighted to see your blog again and to reconnect. I look forward to following your journey and hopefully will see you in person again as we follow our chosen paths. All the best to you!

  9. Debbie Smyth says:

    Thanks for the visit and the follow Sabra

  10. Betty Stein says:

    Sabra, I always knew you were very talented and a very special friend. I enjoy reading your poetry and am blessed with your friendship. Keep writing.

  11. Hi Sabra–Not sure how you stumbled into my daily(ish) poetry blog, but thanks for following. I look forward to exploring your site, which–as someone else already commented–has a great title. Happy Holidays.

  12. Rebecca Watson says:

    Definitely glad I’ve come to your blog, dear Sabra. Your insights and ability to get to the heart of any matter make a great combination. I’m bowled over by how you can use all the random words in a whirl to create something meaningful. Thank you for sharing. I’ll be back!

  13. lynnhesse says:

    These meager facts do not do you justice. There are a few people who walk the earth to impart kindness and goodwill. You are such a person. Your poetry is a reflection of your gentle spirit and quiet humor. -Lynn

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