Poem on Packing My Closet As Though It Were A Suit Case

08/18/2012 at 7:22 AM Leave a comment

New Look

 –

What is this look I’m going for?

My style to hook, where less is more.

Not always denim, but often so

Could pin hair up or let it flow.

Clothes not ever pinching the waist.

Accessories on garments placed.

 –

Expressive with my airs I wave,

Not wearing clothes ‘cause other’s rave.

Adding a bit of home made charm

Then some jewelry to grace my arm.

Kept simple, a mere few pieces,

So over-full closet ceases.

Owning only shoes I would wear,

No need to own twenty-two pair.

Keep it simple that’s my new style.

Wipe closet clean of that old pile.

One day as closet opens wide,

Just grab and go, away I stride.

June Nash

My closet if full of clothes I don’t wear.  I have too many shoes.  I find I wear the same comfortable clothes consistently.  Clearing out my closet is now my aim.  I am looking for a new look.  Something I can wear everyday.  Maybe something I could dress up a bit for nicer occasions.  Maybe several outfits that look identical that can have their look changed by accessorizing.  Simplifying my wardrobe will simplify my life. 

This is how I pack when I travel.  It is time I pack my closet like it were a suit case.

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Original poetry. Copyright 2012, June Nash

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