Synkroniciti is proud to introduce (and welcome back) the artists of our newest issue, “Intersections,” available here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/purchase-individual-issues/.
Please welcome writer and poet Lorraine Bruno Arsenault of Canastota, NY! She is one of our brilliant National League of American Pen Women members. Lorraine’s poem, “February 24, 2022” is a wistful and empathetic look at human connection across continents via the internet. Ordering a coat online from a seamstress in Ukraine during the pandemic, she didn’t expect the Ukrainian war. Lorraine, cozy in her new coat, wonders about the woman who made it: what is she enduring and is she safe?
You can read Lorraine’s moving poem in Synkroniciti’s newest online issue, “Intersections.”
Lorraine Bruno Arsenault’s use of words grew from her first job as a preteen listening to lyrics and music organizing 45 rpm records for jukeboxes. She’s a businesswoman, yoga instructor, practitioner of Eastern healing methods and author of the memoir The Long Run Home (FootHills Publishing). Her work has appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Healing Muse, Comstock Review and Lake Affect Magazine. She finds peace walking the gentle rolling hills of Central NY where she lives with her husband and adventure dog Luc.