I have been reminded that, after an argument a year or three or four back about clutter, I wrote this poem after filling up the pigeon holes. I am currently engaged in trying to de-clutter the room around it and envisage a triumphant journey to our local recycling bins at dead of night. 
I met a New York actress a decade ago who had a sideline as a professional de-clutterer. In sorting out one client’s affairs, she discovered he had a forgotten bank account with $10,000 in it.
Happy Valentine’s Day!

3 thoughts on “PIGEON HOLES”
  • susnyvon

    My very best wishes for your success. My efforts have been a dismal failure. Happy Valentines Day.

  • dtstoner

    If you de-clutter your children will rise up and called you blessed. If you don't they will rise up and hopefully not call you something else. I am inspired to throw something away.
    Happy Valentine's Day.

  • Christine

    I keep telling my family I want a dumpster for my birthday but so far no one has taken me up on it. It would be an interesting idea for Valentine's Day . . . Best of luck with your project!

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