When Sundays Came Around

He turned her head

Made her breathless and dizzy

He could do most anything

And it would bring her great delight


Mondays were no longer sad days

Since he came along

They were fun times

Filled with lots of love


Tuesdays were their days

When they’d always have time for one another

Long walks in the sun

And nights of pure bliss


Wednesdays brought the week mid-way

They’d go dancing and dining

Enjoying each other

Having great times


Thursdays came round

Full of joy and amusement

Their love just continued growing

And life was fantastic


Fridays they’d trip the road fantastic

In a whirl of music and lights

Passionate kisses

Far into the night


Saturdays went by in a flash

Always together

Loving each other

Times that left her wanting more


Sundays came round

And she found

That Sundays were to be her days

Before the Monday sun rose once more


And she knew that

That’s how it would be

He could be with her any day of the week

But Sundays were special with no kisses shared

© 2013 Gypsy Rose Lee

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billybuc 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

I was just about to shut down for the day. Glad I hung in there for two more minutes. :)


Michelle Widmann 3 years ago

This was a really nice poem, made me smile :) For what it meant to me, it was definitely something I needed to feel right now, so thank you for that!


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suzettenaples 3 years ago from Taos, NM

Well done and well said. I enjoyed reading this. Very poignant ending.


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wetnosedogs 3 years ago from Alabama

You are always so great with what you want to say.


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Ericdierker 3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

I like it -- my wife's is Monday. Mine is Saturday. Not so much bright lights and dancing anymore but there is plenty else to do ;-)


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BlossomSB 3 years ago from Victoria, Australia

Interesting poem. It reminded me of that old song: 'Six times a week and twice on Sunday I get a kiss by the garden gate'!


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ocfireflies 3 years ago from North Carolina

How important a day can be and become. Nicely done.

Kim


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ImKarn23 3 years ago

hmmmmm...being a loner, i'd take sunday off too! lol..

and prolly, a few more days a week..

is that bad?

love you dear and sharing of course!


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Made 3 years ago from Finland

So nice, I'm sure she needed that Sunday off.


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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

Love this! its great to take one day off though! lol!


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SkySlave 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

What a way to fire up the day! This poem breathes positivity. You've opened my mind, ready for the world!


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Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia Author

Glad you enjoyed this Bill. Musically inspired.

Glad this made you smile and feel better Michelle.

Glad you enjoyed this Suzette.

Glad you enjoyed this wetnosedogs.

Glad to hear it Eric. Life was meant for living and enjoying.

Love the words to that song Blossom.

Glad you enjoyed this Kim.

Nothing like taking Sunday off Leslie. Thanks for the share.

Glad you enjoyed this Made.

Great to have a day off Nell Rose.

Glad you enjoyed this SkySlave.


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PurvisBobbi44 3 years ago from Florida

Hi,

Gypsy Rose Lee,

Such a delightful poem with the video put a big red cherry on top for the finishing touch.

Have a great day.

Bobbi Purvis


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Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia Author

Glad you enjoyed this and the video Bobbi.


Rayne123 3 years ago

Great poem, great words

Ever feel like a message has been left through someone else, but of course the only person that sees it is the one the message is for.

This happens to me quite a bit, just curious.

Anyway great poem, voted up

Blessings

Laurie


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Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia Author

Glad you enjoyed this Laurie. Blessings to you too and thanks for the vote.

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