Sour Strawberries by Peter LaBerge
8:38 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
Sour Strawberries by Peter LaBerge

Nathan stuck his tongue out at Sarina and she mimicked his words. She threw sand at him and he threw it back until there were seas of sand in the pleats of her dress and in the front pocket of his blazer. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sowerberry.

Peter LaBerge is a high school student who was recently introduced to poetry. He is the runner-up for the 2011 Elizabeth Bishop Prize in Verse, and his work has been published in Leaf Garden, Burnt Bridge, The Blue Pencil Online and many other publications.
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