Quiet and thoroughly introspective, the works of Rochelle Hope Mehr seem to be a chronicle of confusion and uncertain angst. She slowly studies her motivations, taking time out to study the reactions of others, then returning to her reactions to those reactions. Her works are an exquisite study into human consciousness.
Rochelle says, "My poetry has appeared in Improvijazzation Nation, Fauquier Poetry Journal, Pop Poets, CER*BER*US, Way Station Magazine, Anthology, Wired Art from Wired Hearts, and other online and print publications." Drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rochelle's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
|2003:||Om||The Misdiagnosis-and-Mistreatment Lament|
|The Mourn||Double Negative|
|Dear Poet||This Can't Be a Poem|
|2002:||Requiem||Along the Information SuperHighway|
|Premonition in the Mental Hospital||And the water shed...|
|The Scent of Breath||Chronic Illness|
|Prayer in Time of War||Below Ground Zero|
|Gone||sine qua non|
|2001:||nowhere to hide||http://www.impersonal.contact.edu|
|The Poet's Ongoing War||The Light Within|