Danielle Mari Nidea


Happy Tears Day Poem by Danielle Mari Nidea


Happy Tears Day to You
And to all your friends, too
I wish you good luck
I hope you won't suck

Happy Tears Day to me
Life is not fit for three
And the second, you see
Is definitely not me

Happy Tears Day to you
One plus two equals two
The red sun is at bay
The clouds' hue is dark grey

Happy Tears Day to me
And to all who agree
I sit all alone
With no texts on my phone

Happy Tears Day to you
And to those at the zoo
They're so happy and glee
Unlike us, don't you agree?

Happy Tears Day to me
And to those whom I see
With no dates for today
Nor from June up to May

Happy Tears Day to you
And to all of them, too
Two, fourteen, twenty, thirteen
Don't go wondering where I've been

Happy Tears Day to me
Happy Cheers Day to she
Happy Thursday to us
And to those who are just.

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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I was supposed to write this last Valentines Day, but I guess I never really thought about it until now.

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