Revised Poem from April 2, 2013 April is National Poetry Month–read a poem, write a poem

Here’s the revised opening sections of this new poem:

My husband shops at the drugstore and workers have ceased

their jackhammer assault on our concrete porch

and walk.   Jagged blocks rest helter-skelter atop their former

 

place like mountains upended by earthquake, or Zeus.

April day can’t make up its mind: sun and finches

flirt with the bird feeder and wind throws itself against

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