16 November, 2003
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)
Upon My desk rests parts of life
without.. my life could not complete
a task at hand, a start of grand plan
or is it clutter of laziness' defeat
There lays a lighter, and key fob
that states I am someone's best friend.
A highlighter marker and a barette
to keep my hair from tangled ends.
A pen, and paper, and pad of post-its,
and a picture of us put there to remind.
A stapler, some thread, and some words of note
to use at some future time
There is a a pretty blue stained-glass box
that's now holding clutter of its own.
But if i was to go into it's depths
I'd have to write yet another poem
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Silkened Moon (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, November 18 2003, 01:14 am|
Now this one was a cute one Dreamer, I absolutely loved it from beginning to end; I couldn't stop reading! Its cool how you described everything in detail, I like that about some poems. Nice one!
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