Little Boxes

Inside myself
Tiny puzzle pieces
In their box

Inside myself
A looking glass
Mirror images
Razor sharp and cutting

Inside myself
A box of stars
I’m afraid to open
Just wishes
On days gone by

Inside myself
Odds and ends
Little parts
To keep and hold
Me together

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About Suzanne Parlee

I have been writing poetry since I was a little girl. Now an adult I find such comfort in words, in books, and the written word in general. I am from New Brunswick, Canada, a province surrounded by The Bay Of Fundy, and The Saint John River, only one hour's drive from the Maine/USA border. Beautiful province!

6 thoughts on “Little Boxes

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    My own guess is that “Little Boxes” being posted alongside “Moon Shine” and “Monchrome Morning” appears,to the casual reader such as myself,to possibly capture a broader mood in which these three poems were conceived.They certainly convey the sense of being connected temperamentally. And for the Poet,consciously or not,and certainly for the Reader that’s always a “bonus”.

    1. suzanne parlee

      Louis, Thank you kindly. You can read me , as the saying goes, “Like a book” and you’re comment is so appreciated, Suzanne

  2. Louis Kasatkin

    EDITORIAL NOTE:- This is to acknowledge that,” Little Boxes ” by Suzanne Parlee was chosen as 1 of 4 poems to be part of the 3rd.Phase of ,” Featured Poets & Poems ” to be exhibited during March 2012 in Poets’Corner @ Destiny Church,Wakefield.

  3. Karen Wagg

    Congrats Suzanne on being featured! You are awesome and so is your work! You deserve all the praise and admiration that you receive! You go girl!!

  4. Lokes Roy

    I find in this poem a fine expression,nay outpourings,of random feelings that overtake all of us at one point or the other-but hardly do we put it down, ever so elegantly !


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