Tag Archives: Fatigue

SLEEPY, WEARY MID OF DAY

Sleepy weary mid of day. . . summer’s peaked– the year’s no more an up-and-comer, but that doesn’t have to be a bummer, when you relax and ride its ebbing tide and feel how to enjoy and be and do … Continue reading

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A CERTAIN THURSDAY THIRST

There’s a certain Thursday thirst that knows that Friday is acoming. Maybe plans for your weekend have your joyful, dreaming head a’spin, or maybe with this week near done you are quite done (it was that dumb). . . but … Continue reading

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THE TURN OF THE DAY AND THE NIGHT

Cheat, cheat break! Not one sec should I really take. . . I want to sing a song. . . is that okay? All in good time and place, so that when I do gaze right into my glass, I … Continue reading

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POOPED

Pooped is pooped. As mighty as you are, to burn the candle at both ends, and that considering, appear as any sort of semblance of a star requires a whole good spate of energy. . . And once it drains … Continue reading

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