Contributions by Tammy Robacker

Issue 19 | Summer 2017

At the Mother-Daughter Tea

By | Poetry

On a good day, her invitation seemed to arrive for me with edges threaded in gilded floss. Sealed up elegantly with our family crest (I am waxing dramatic here on rose hips and fragrant hibiscus leaves). She offered me the beautiful, fruited ceremony of mothering at times. Well-mannered in pose. Queenly in carriage. Smiling with …