Elia Michael


Confused Weather


Today the weather was confused
It began as usual with rain
Then snow and I was not amused
As I looked out the window pane

I put on hold my morning walk
And instead drove to Waterfront
Where seagulls fly above and squawk
And joggers greet you with a grunt

I entered the Waterfront Inn
And promptly ordered my breakfast
I sat down in the dry therein
No longer feeling so harassed

It is great what comfort food does
And a cup of black coffee too
The grumpy person that I was
Was changed after food and a brew

I returned to my little home
And in the early afternoon
The sun came out and I did roam
The streets whistling a merry tune

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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