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Boredom Sets In
3 February, 2005
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)

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Wouldn't it be nice
If I could just fly away
Or better yet just blink my eyes
And be at some other place

But I have to wonder
Would it be as boring there
Or would it be filled with thunder
And would I even care

Perhaps I should be content
Just being where I am
Wouldn't my time be more well spent
If I could sleep in the P.M.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Terrie* (65.135.87.129) -- Friday, February 4 2005, 06:49 pm

Dreamer..

i hear ya...i am a NOCTURNAL person ..talk 'bout settin' a routine..i tried it ..failed ....never tried to chang e again....that would really be awesome ...to blink or fly and be in a totally different surrounding?? still very wide awake during the darkness...this is a great read...
Amber (209.215.59.72) -- Saturday, February 5 2005, 02:59 am

Me too

I get bored often. but when I do I come here and I am no longer bored. Love the poem.
Joseph Buchanan (174.255.202.186) -- Tuesday, September 4 2018, 09:50 pm

Congratulations on the good Poe

Great work! Props to the author 👏👏👏
Becky (107.133.200.6) -- Wednesday, September 5 2018, 10:44 pm

Thanks Joseph

thanks for the read glad you liked it.
mental (172.58.153.197) -- Thursday, September 6 2018, 07:05 pm

To becky

Most of my poems are written late at night.during the day they gather in my head and at night it all comes together. thanks for poem
Becky (107.133.200.6) -- Thursday, September 6 2018, 10:28 pm

Mental

Most of my writings come at night too. Easier to sit undisturbed with the mind open to let the flow through. Lately even that time seems to fill it self up too much.. I miss settling in for a good write... All the Best
 
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