Christopher A. Sarro
General Counsel to Threan Communications, LLC, C. A. Sarro is an attorney, author and advocate from New York. He is an inventive new media poet who creates cyberevents on the Internet, where he is known as “thecyberpoet” and is revered as one of America’s modern lawyer poets. He is the author of the cyberpoem, “Tweetless in Twitterville,” a poem within a poem with “grace in space,” which has been disseminated in cyberspace and translated into many languages.
Sarro is a graduate of Harvard University with Honors in Economics and was first published in his freshman year, while living in Hollis Hall at Harvard Yard.
He has been a Contributing Columnist for the Westchester Times Tribune, the Yonkers Tribune and the New York Tribune and has been a television and radio talk show host. He has a background in Media Production, including International Citizen, A Westchester Minute, The Yorktown Rotarian and In Focus.
Sarro is a recipient of the Westchester Golden Apple Service Award, the Rotary International Paul Harris Award and was honored as Poet Laureate of International District 7230. As an athlete, Quarterback, he was honored by President General Ford with the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award.
Sarro’s appearances include FOX MORNING NEWS, NBC NEWS, TODAY, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and THE HOME SHOW.
He is currently completing a poetry book, “Do I Dare?” and a sampling of his works can be found at http://www.thecyberpoet.com. His more detailed background is listed at http://threancommunications.com/christopherasarro.html. Sarro is adapting and composing his poem, “Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary,” as a love ballad.
“Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary”
When from a winter storm did we first unite?
When did the ice sprays sear through the night?
When did I find you? When I looked within?
When did I miss you? When I let you in?
When did I reach for you breathless in the night?
When did the children come laughing with delight?
When did we grow together as we grew apart?
When did I notice you on this journey of the heart?
When did God’s loving grace become woman and man?
When did I marry you? When our world began.