Rearrangement and its aftermaths

room rearrangement

One day I decided that my room looked boring,
For it had looked the same for a long time!
I figured that it needed some rearranging,
And also I’d to clean up all the dirt and grime!


So the cupboard went to the other end,
Where once lay my bed.
And then I found a parcel that I’d forgotten to send,
Also I bunch of newspapers which I hadn’t read!


The bed was now pushed closer to the window,
To let in some fresh air when I rested.
The mattress dusted, and so was the pillow,
The room now looked less congested!


My tiny library found a place beside my bed,
Now while reading I could also enjoy the view!
The chair at the entrance where I sat and read,
Had now found a place brand new.


Happy and satisfied at all the work I’d done,
I decided to retire for the night!
Early morning I was woken up by the rays of the sun,
But then it felt like too much light!


In the morning it was difficult to find my way around,
A collision here, a crash there!
Somehow I managed to keep my feet on the ground,
In the evening, the damage I decided to repair!


And then in the evening after another long tiring day,
I decided to crash on my chair.
But then with a thud on the ground I lay,
For I’d forgotten it was no longer there!


This post is written in response to the Daily post’s prompt :Rearrange
I am participating in the Ultimate Blog Challenge.

5 responses to “Rearrangement and its aftermaths”

  1. hehehe.. loved how it build up to that ending, Have major respect for those who can do poetry right and this deserves it for sure 🙂

  2. Love every word weaved on forgotten newspapers, collision and crashing:)

  3. Mayuri6 says:

    Hahahahaha!This was such a fun read! Did you ‘rearrange’ it back to what it was?

  4. deepagandhi says:

    Such a nice use of the prompt ‘rearrange’. Loved the fun part in the last line 🙂

  5. kalaravi16 says:

    LOL! This sounds so much like me! I am forever shuffling things around my home, rather like musical chairs! Beautiful how you’ve portrayed this humorous situation in the fun poem Reema!

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