The Land of Lincoln by Stacey Dye
10:56 AM | Author: Glen Binger
The Land of Lincoln by Stacey Dye

When I saw the words "South Dakota Marble" in the pamphlet, I was drawn to it instantly. The color and shape were so unique for a tombstone. And you, being such an admirer of Honest Abe, made me hope the stone came from somewhere under his purview.

Stacey Dye has written everything from poetry to radio and television ad copy. It wasn’t until three years ago that she truly began to pursue the art of poetry. Her primary focus is the human condition. She has been featured in Camroc Press Review, Seven Beats a Second/Here and Now and Mused, BellaOnline's Literary Journal. She also has pieces upcoming in Dew on the Kudzu and Cafe Del Soul.
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