Author: Elizabeth Squires


for the day to be filled
with something exciting
the mundane
so uninviting
in familiar rut
bogged down
in a groove
therein stuck
and the world passes by
the boredom
brings a tear to the eye
around and around
no variation
in the tune
tea at six
lunch at noon
oh to taste something new
instead of being here
oh how drear


Comments on this poem/writing:

Stephen Harper ( -- Saturday, April 2 2011, 06:02 pm

your poetic routines

your poetic routines bring a new meaning to my life!
Elizabeth Squires ( -- Sunday, April 3 2011, 09:18 am

thanks mate....

thanks mate for your great words!
Stephen Harper ( -- Monday, April 4 2011, 01:04 pm

and yes

and yes there is absolutely nothing 'routine' about your writing ....
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