Good Days--Bad Days--Inbetween

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

What makes my day
observing little kids at play
thoughtful words sent my way
seeing colorful flying birds
gentle cool breeze in the heat
a husband without stinky feet.
a puppy so cuddly and cute
while daughters soft playing her flute

What makes a bad day
screaming kids in dismay
sticky fruit spilled on my clean floor
annoying saleman at my door
a gruff word sent to harm
a betraying friend, lacking charm
Snow to high to pull from the drive
stylist giving me an ungly behive
Dreading to find a new stylist again
Painful sticks with sewing a huge pin

But all the inbetween days
where time is at hand
My personality I'm hoping, still grand
I comfort in the inbetween days the most
creating poems, somedays I just like to post.

Linda Terrell
March 15, 2010

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