Poem – The day with no name

 

As Scarlett famously said ‘Tomorrow is another day………’

But it’s  been one of ‘those’ days and here’s one of ‘those’ poems to go with it – 

Paint the day in grey,

Make it go away

Banish it ever

And never

Speak of it again

 

Frame the day in dust

Let it rot in rust

Crumble and decay

Flick away

The tell tale crumbs

 

Burn the day to black

It’s never coming back

Broken is the curse

It’s worse

Is over

©L. M. Roberts 2010

 

My other poetry experiments;

Haiku: Three for March

Drowned in sound

Her Facebook has it

Finding the words

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8 Responses to “Poem – The day with no name”

  1. […] PS  I have a new poem on  Bookstains, it’s called  The day with No name […]

  2. You described my yesterday…I’m hoping today will be not a repeat….thanks for sharing this poem….I really enjoyed reading it…today!

  3. Sorry to hear it slpmartin – know the feeling. Still as Scarlett O Hara said ‘tomorrow is another day’ seems she had the right idea. Glad you enjoyed reading it, your comments are always welcome! and it goes without saying – have a better day!

  4. […] PS  I have a new poem on  Bookstains, it’s called  The day with No name […]

  5. Now that describes a really bad day…Scarlett was right…

  6. But what shall I do? Where shall I go? …decisions decisions eh. thanks for commenting Jane always appreciated!

  7. “Frame the day in dust / Let it rot in rust” The lines resonate, especially after having read about Otzi, the iceman. Thanks

  8. Thanks Adam, I never even thought about that you know It always amazes me how much our subconscious influences our actions (or vice versa). More mummies and poems coming – thanks for visiting!

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