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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Savor the Day


Savor the Day

Here is a prose from my collection.

Every day is the same

Every day is the same to me and that is a good thing not bad.

It is just that I have to deal with it, this lovely labor.

Labor as in giving birth or as with a straining back early in the day, for a job you love and want done.

It is something I have to deal with this lovely labor.

Would that it should go away I would want to have it back; this labor, this lovely labor.

For you see I labor to understand why a woman as beautiful as you loves a man like me and I pray you will never stop, for surely, I will weep to have that labor back or die in vain.

From - 'Poetry and Prose - Aphorisms and Thoughts'
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