Sunday, October 23, 2016

Sunday is not a good day to write poetry

Poetry Pantry, you can clobber me if you like.




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Sunday is not a good day to write poetry


Sunday is not a good day to write poetry,
because if you need to work (like i do),
the day is white-washed, you reach home frayed,
you think of food, and bed, and not poetry
(unless the muse sympathizes with you).

And if you need not work, you want to play,
suddenly the day flaps by very quickly,
(remember, there's always not enough time for fun)
unless the muse tags along, which is unlikely,
you may have a couple of lines, or stanzas
about your great BBQ party, or that hike in the hills,

otherwise

Sunday is not a good day to write poetry.


15/04/2012
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Ah, some gibberish from my NapoWriMo archives. This coming Thursday, I will be on a course, some tech stuff (imagine me trying to stay awake), so Thursday is not a good day to write poetry too.





“Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.”

G.K. Chesterton, Alarms and Discursions



Shared on Poetry Pantry #325 at Poets United.





© cheong lee san ( dsnake1 ) 2016

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15 Comments:

Blogger Jae Rose said...

Ah but maybe it is ;)

23 October, 2016 21:49  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

but this is just a repost.. :)

23 October, 2016 21:55  
Blogger Loredana Donovan said...

Love the wit in this ... Sunday is a wonderful day no matter what you do ... it may inspire you to write poetry later in the week. :)

23 October, 2016 22:13  
Blogger brudberg said...

I prefer other days to write too... somehow Sunday is better for reading poetry...

23 October, 2016 23:55  
Blogger Susan said...

The pantry invites re-posts for just that reason. I find Sunday full of muse, empty of time. Truly enjoyed this poem!

24 October, 2016 00:33  
Blogger Sanaa Rizvi said...

I can resonate to the feeling of being tired and not wanting to write poetry.. but oh the urge to write just sort of draws us in.. doesn't it? :)

24 October, 2016 01:09  
Blogger Truedessa said...

It may be a repost, but your muse still wanted you to play, and I'm glad you came out. Wishing your day will bring you moments you can fall into.

24 October, 2016 01:41  
Blogger Sherry Blue Sky said...

LOL, this made me smile. Luckily you can post oldies at the Pantry. I do it most of the time! Smiles. Good luck on Thursday.

24 October, 2016 01:49  
Blogger Mary said...

Well, actually I agree with you. Often there are other things that one either HAS to do or WANTS to do on Sundays besides write Poetry.....unless the muse IS co-operative indeed!

24 October, 2016 02:19  
Blogger Wendy Bourke said...

This brought a smile. Though, lately, some weeks: no day is a good day to write poetry.

24 October, 2016 07:55  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

Loredana,

i love Sundays! :)


Bjorn,

"Sunday is better for reading poetry", i think so too! :)


Susan,

thank you! always good to know the muse is around. :)


Sanaa,

if one is juggling a job, sometimes it gets too tiring to write anything. and yes, at times the urge still draws us in, no matter how tired we are, and we are thankful for that. :)


Truedessa,

thank you! i have a playful muse, if she's not moody.
at the original post, there weren't many views, so i thought i would post it again. :)


Sherry,

this was at my other blog where the traffic is very much lighter.
about the course, i would probably nod off in class. :D


Mary,

yes, sometimes it seems 24 hours is not enough for a day. especially Sundays! :)


Wendy,

haha, hang on there!! :)


24 October, 2016 19:25  
Blogger ayala said...

It made me smile...it's great when we can find time for it all.:)

25 October, 2016 08:40  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

thank you, ayala!
i wish Sundays could last longer. :)

25 October, 2016 19:22  
Blogger Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Thank goodness for recycling, then! :)

30 October, 2016 11:17  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

recycling is always good! :D

30 October, 2016 21:08  

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