I had the distinct pleasure of hearing southwest Colorado poet Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer last night at the BookBar in Denver, CO. She is a wise, open-hearted and compassionate poet who has a charming practice of inscribing some of her poems on river rocks that she then leaves around town for unsuspecting humans to discover and delight in.
Her newest book of poems is Naked for Tea, a finalist for the 2017 Able Muse Book Award, and just released by Able Muse Press. As Wayne Muller writes in the foreword to the book: “Reading Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer is to float upon a never-ending waterfall of wonder…Pay attention. The elegance of her simplicity will blind you to her mastery. Then, she will let you fall, head over heals, in Love. With everything.” You can get your copy of Naked for Tea here.