Treasure Island

Judith Viorst

(February 2, 1931)

Since Hanna Moved Away


The tires on my bike are flat.
The sky is grouchy gray.
At least it sure feels like that
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  • Gail Cannon (10/27/2009 6:19:00 PM)

    Since Hannah moved away has touched me remembering a friend say last week all my friends left. (military child) I will e-mail this to him, to help him smile. This poem is real and funny, I reallly enjoy her work and style. (Report) Reply

  • Hannah Benson (6/25/2009 1:04:00 PM)

    my name is hannah and if some one wrote a poem like this because i moved i would be touched haha who ever hannah is would love this and is very lucky (Report) Reply

  • Beverly Cronkhite (2/22/2008 7:06:00 PM)

    I love this poem! We are sending it to our beloved Pastor Dave as he has left us to become a chaplain in the army. 'Since Dave moved away' doesn't flow quite as nicely as Hannah does, but the feelings are the same! I think Judith Viorst has a wonderful and funny way of capturing the ups and downs of life! (Report) Reply

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