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About the poet

Lorraine Ramsey holds two master’s degrees: one in English and one in counseling psychology. She has tutored, taught, and counseled students and clients of all ages in San Joaquin County for more than 10 years. Her passion is helping others achieve their goals.

In her spare time she writes poems and short stories which are loosely based on her surroundings. This poem was written during the time she worked at Catholic Charities in downtown Stockton. It was created during her drive to work while she took frequent looks at the people who inhabited Wilson and El Eldorado Streets. Lorraine lives in Lodi with her husband, Wes, dog, Rekah, and cat, Maddie.

Posted: Friday, August 8, 2014 6:00 am

The warm air brings them out of hibernation.

Ambling, limping, riding, carousing, hustling,

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Do you want to share your poetry with the readers of Lodi Living? If so, send your poem, along with a short autobiography and picture of yourself to sarap@lodinews.com. Poems will not be published without a photo and bio.

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