Growing up on Main Street, her life revolved around traffic. Avoiding the thick of it, not getting hit, moving in the right direction.
Her Mother said, “Look both ways before crossing.”
Her Father said, “Stand at the crossroads and look… Ask where the good way is and walk in it.”
Christa Planko, MA, is a professional writer with a passion for creative expression. She has had her poetry and short stories featured in several publications, including River Poets Journal, Tanka and Haiku Journal, Poetry Quarterly, and Every Day Fiction. Her story, “The Olde-Tyme Village,” won the 2021 WordCrafter Short Fiction Contest. Christa resides in South Jersey with her feline muses.