Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Status: in transit

Correspondence has slowed
due to a shortage of postal codes
all my friends frozen in mid-jump
between school and home
or dreams and realities
and some of them wandering
library books lost in transit

Me? I am misshelved
Tattered paperback fiction
between dusty encyclopedias


Dorkmaster Flek said...

I love that analogy. :)

Kathy said...
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Kathy said...

I like this one.

I definitely feel like I am in mid jump...i think this state is going to last a long time.

Thanks again for lunch, and the rooftop burritos!

Leona! said...

being misshelved just means that someone needs to see that you're lost and put you in your right place!

or maybe you'll learn to enjoy being on that particular bookshelf opposed to supposed-to

Andrea said...

:) I like this one too.
Your reply is a'comin. It has be a crazy few weeks with exams and then work and now, trying to get organized in the new digs.

Shannon Teresa said...

it's that time of year.. when people get jobs and you wonder "why didn't I get that" or they make a choice and you think "I'm so glad I'm not doing that." The beginning of spring and the end of summer are big transitional times. Get off the encyclopedia shelf soon, those things are too stagnant and you're too much of a free spirit!