Another New Day.

I wonder what will happen today?

I arise with joy,

Knowing another new day is mine.

What will I do?

What I do

Does not matter

As I am here,

And every one of my new days

Will always be wonderful.


  • orchidee

    Good write Gold. If I sing, will it ruin your day?!

    • Goldfinch60

      Every time I get up in the morning I know all is well and even your singing would not ruin it.

    • Alan .S. Jeeves

      'Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year. It's a rich man, he who owns the day' ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson.

      Ex animo, Alan

    • dusk arising

      Its a lovely day indeed. It's today and i'm living it! Although i have got terrible toothache grrrr.

    • FineB

      Hello Goldfinch60.

      A good write and uplifting.

      We all have the chance for a fresh start in our lives with each new day!

      Keep writing FineB

    • Maxine Smith

      I need to think as positively as you do.

      Love this concept of appreciation, lovely to read Andy.


      ANGELA here - Thanks UNCLE ANDY we are checking MPS together at the end of our busy day ! Fortunately we both love our JOBS which is a BLESSING. I have beem mentoring my SIX STUDENTS (2M 4F) on the skills & boundaries of the 3Ms of Hands-on Physio - Massage - Manipulation & Muscles ! They have all completed (& passed) the Anatomy & Physiology Theory but putting it into practice needs a lot of TLC & Empathy !
      We Love OKLAHOMA (especially on Stage !) and this song is a FAVE ! Love the OPTIMISM in your Poem which is an indication that You are aware of JOYCE being with You through her Star. Your post requiem poems are a great Blessing to BRIAN & I ! We have chosen it as a Fave !

      Blessings & Peace to YOU & YOURS
      Love ANGELA & BRIAN ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿงก

    • Mildred Achoch

      Indeed! Each day is a present so we should be thankful and be present. Thank you for this reminder.

      • Goldfinch60

        Thank you Mildred, yes every new day is so special.

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