Flying Lemming

(England)

The 'Poem a Day' Project-Day 98


A day of nothing, just to relax
Far from where work attacks
To give you just the basic facts
A lazy day suits me fine

Concentrating just on me
Lounging in front of the TV
Or watching a new DVD
Maybe surfing a bit on-line

No deadline or task in my head
No clock watching just instead
Long hours laying around in bed
Gives me a feeling sublime

Some will criticise I admit
But that wont bother me not one bit
I think if you are enjoying it
You are never wasting your time

Submitted: Monday, November 12, 2007
Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011
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  • Francesca Johnson (11/13/2007 6:19:00 PM)

    Oh, to be able to do what you did in this poem! No peace for the wicked here. Great piece, Lemming.

    Love, Fran xx (Report) Reply

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