Treasure Island

josephine lee

(25/11/81 / Singapore)

A Day Of Feeling


Started the day feeling content
Feel so at peace with everything
A rare quiet time of the day

Feeling down in the middle of the day
It all started with conversation
of repair needed for the house
Follow by words exchange
& a word or two here & there

Ended the day feeling happy & sad
Happy 'cause words of love & tenderness
That always brighten up my day
Sad 'cause of drama that makes me sad
Silly though it sound, Still's the feeling there

What a day this was
Content & peace
Ups & downs
Happy & sad
All in a day

Submitted: Thursday, September 25, 2008
Edited: Sunday, September 27, 2009

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