Poetry / Poets

Sounds Like a Nor’easter by Annmarie Lockhart

freezing rain throws
the clatter of a broken
string of beads
against my window

it will soften soon
like a knitted scarf
and mittens for frost
bitten cheeks, fingers

reminding me how
much I love the way
you share your sun
shine with me

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8 thoughts on “Sounds Like a Nor’easter by Annmarie Lockhart

  1. Annmarie Lockhart is the founding editor of vox poetica, an online literary salon dedicated to bringing poetry into the everyday, and unbound CONTENT, an independent publisher for a boundless age. A lifelong resident of Bergen County, New Jersey, she lives, works and writes 2 miles east of the hospital where she was born. You can read her words at fine journals online and in print.

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