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Rosalyn Ostler Rosalyn Ostler’s award-winning book, Walking the Earth Barefoot, was prompted by the truth that life is filled with poems. Whenever a groups of poets chat, someone always seems to say, “That’s a poem. You should write that.” She is the product of the West, born in Arizona and deep-rooted in a long life in Utah, with a wonderful Missouri childhood in between. She and her husband live in Cottonwood Heights and have a large family, including great-grandchildren. Her yearning to write poetry was realized in midlife and polished by Community Ed classes and membership in the Utah State Poetry Society. She is a past president of that organization and continues to serve as an officer. Rosalyn has many years of activity as a Scouter and church teacher. She enjoys life and has realized that, much as she loves poetry, she loves poets more.