“Waiting for the Birds” by Hannah Clayman

27 Jan

Sunday morning, and the weather in NYC will be warming up this week. Snag a coffee or hot beverage and curl up with a poem from Hannah Clayman, “Waiting for the Birds

 

Hannah Clayman earned her bachelor of fine arts degree at Brooklyn College for creative writing. She is a born New Englander but has been living in Brooklyn for 7 years. She has been published in the monthly zine Having a Whiskey Coke With You. She is an aspiring poet and Special Education teacher.

2 Responses to ““Waiting for the Birds” by Hannah Clayman”

  1. busker7 February 3, 2013 at 9:10 am #

    Evocative. The mood is excellently conveyed. I could relate to it – see the scene visually and feel it inside. The poem’s external and internal aspects are in balance. Thank you.

  2. busker7 February 3, 2013 at 9:14 am #

    Evocative. The mood is excellently conveyed. I could relate to it – see the scene visually and feel it inside. The poem’s external and internal aspects are in balance. Thank you.

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