Nancy Chambers


Nancy Chambers Poems

1. Ode To Fortescue Beach 11/9/2007
2. Ode To A Day At The Lake 11/9/2007
3. Good-Bye To Summer 11/9/2007
4. Trip To Bulltown 11/9/2007
5. Day Trip 1 11/9/2007
6. Day Trip 2 11/9/2007
7. Requiem For Dog Abigail 11/17/2007
8. Horseshoe Crab Lament 12/11/2007
9. January Treat 1/24/2008
10. Winter's End 1/27/2008
11. Days Of Purple Haze 2/12/2008
12. Plight Of The Red Knot Bird 2/25/2008
13. My Tribute To William F Buckley Jr 3/10/2008
14. In The Name Of Progress 6/9/2008
15. Haiku: Poem Writing 6/14/2008
16. Haiku: Real Estate 2 6/15/2008
17. Haiku Bird 6/15/2008
18. Haiku Bug 6/15/2008
19. Haiku: Real Estate 3 6/16/2008
20. Haiku: 2008 Full Moon Calendar 7/23/2008
21. Staycation 7/27/2008
22. The Band Concert 8/1/2008
23. Different 10/6/2008
24. Hope 10/8/2008
25. Song Of The Pine 10/27/2008
26. Haiku Dinosaur 11/6/2008
27. Haiku Biker Motorcycle 11/6/2008
28. Retirement (Written For My Friend Marj) 1930-2010 Rip 12/13/2008
29. Happy New Year 1/1/2009
30. Haiku: Weather 3 7/31/2011
31. Haiku: Weather 2 7/31/2011
32. Haiku: Weather 1 7/31/2011
33. Legacy 11/6/2014
34. A Snowy Day 3/5/2015
35. Life In Paradise: 21st Century Style 2/19/2009
36. Groundhog Day 1/31/2009
37. Fall Trivia 10/27/2008
38. Haiku: Real Estate 1 6/14/2008
39. Lazy Summer Day 11/9/2007
40. Summer Swim 11/9/2007
Best Poem of Nancy Chambers

Haiku: Snow

Forecast: Winter Storm
Shovel handy, boots by door,
Let It Snow, Snow, Snow

Snowed all day long
Winter Season has begun,
The land is turned white

Snow came silently
Fell all day, turned Earth to a
Winter Wonderland

While waiting for Spring
Snow transformed the land to
a white fantasy

Snow came in the night
Turned the whole world white
A cold wintry site

The Blizzard Wizard
Waved His wand, crystal stardust fell
And ice fairies danced

Snow falling today
Creative juices flowing
Writer’s Block is gone

Read the full of Haiku: Snow

Ode To Fortescue Beach

Fortescue, Fortescue
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

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