Biography of Nancy Chambers
Licensed Real Estate Broker since 1967 but always liked poetry so in my 'golden years' I am writing poetry. My poems are not deep or philosophical; they are about very mundane things that bring joy to my life and maybe you'll enjoy them too. I also take photos and many of my poems are inspired by them.
Nancy Chambers Poems
Forecast: Winter Storm Shovel handy, boots by door, Let It Snow, Snow, Snow
Haikus About Obama
1st Black President Barack Hussein Obama History is made
The Jersey Devil
Pineys like to revel In stories of the Jersey Devil Fiction or reality? Or just a genetic abnormality?
A Spring Walk
One fine day In the month of May For a thrill Decided to climb up Blueberry Hill
My Career How can I describe my Real Estate career? Abandon all hope ye who enter here!
Haiku Politically Incorrect
A: Conservative way Always right. Drill here, Drill Now! Prices will go down.
Birthday Poem For Granddaughter Jen
What will you do Now that you are turning twenty-two? Sit and wait for good news to come to you? You can’t change your past even if you try
A Mini Vacation
Although it had rained all night By 9 AM it was clear and bright We did not have a care or worry Went to ride on the Delafort Ferry
One summer’s night, on the way home Tired and sleepy our thoughts did roam It was purely by chance We got to witness a Firefly Dance
In my garden, under the starlight On a hot hazy summer night Listening to the pond’s waterfall I can hear a nightingale call
He dropped a box in the marshes Was he up to no good? Was it evil? Then we saw cats
Haiku Humming Bird
King Tut Exhibit
Yesterday with a prayer We went to see King Tut who wasn’t there He wasn’t there again today Back in Egypt he does lay
Ode To Fortescue Beach
With your sea and sky of blue
Displayed in various hue
Unspoiled marshes sprawl in quiet splendor
Zephyrs sway cattails, tall and slender
Often in the bay a distant thunder
Beaches reveal many a wonder
Horseshoe crabs, goldenrod and sea grass
Oyster shells, driftwood and beach glass