Nim Lee

Alone In Eden - Poem by Nim Lee

Hearing the distant growl of hurry
And the closer screams of excited children
Watching the busy pair of robins collecting food for their waiting young
And the brood of adolescent bluetits greedily pecking at the
fat balls,

I sit
Among my flowers
Under my sunshade
At my table with three empty chairs
And I ………….
Have finished my lunch and completed the crossword puzzle.
What shall I do now?
Read my book?
Or go for a quiet walk?

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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