Nancy Vorkink

Rookie (New York)

Aftermath Of A Move - Poem by Nancy Vorkink

At first the rest felt fine
The morning birds chirped
As I listened to the day’s song
The quiet of the new house
Soothed the many changes,
Fatigue, and disruption.

Soon, a different mind chatter
Appeared; unable to balance
the old with the new.
Used boxes fully stuffed
covered floor to ceiling.
Became annoying. New life made
Me more angry. May’s winds
Seem to blow harder.

Where is the peace?

2005© Vorkink


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, July 23, 2010


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