Goldfinch60

Another Wonderful Day.



I awake from my glorious sleep,

The new day ahead of me.

I just lay there and listen,

I hear a robin singing

In the early dawn,

Its calling to me and to others,

The light of the day is near.

 

I arise and look out of the window,

The moon shines upon me,

Showing me once more

That today will be a good day.

 

I come down and walk into the garden,

Around me I hear natures call

As the blackbirds and sparrows speak to me.

Another wonderful day is awaiting

And I am ready to enjoy it,

As I do every day.

Comments4

  • orchidee

    Good write Gold. Another croquet day?

    • Goldfinch60

      Thanks Orchi.

      Not today, I have a Zoom poetry group meeting this afternoon and I had better go as I am allegedly the organiser.
      But croquet tomorrow, Friday and Saturday.

      Andy

      • orchidee

        I gave up on a bi-monthly poetry group. I admit I 'pretended' to like some of the poems that were read out, but it got a bit dull. Though it was not a choir practice group, with me hymn-poems!

      • yellowrose

        Nice read , orchidee 🙂

        Robins are lovely

        • Goldfinch60

          Andy here not Orchi, Thank you bluerose. LOL

          Andy

          • yellowrose

            Yes , I wrote the wrong name . Sorry

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          • yellowrose

            I love hearing the birds .. they are so friendly and lovely

            • Goldfinch60

              So do I, Natures Orchestra is wonderful.

              Andy

              • yellowrose

                🙂 it is wanderful .

              • L. B. Mek

                I'll meet you halfway Andy and agree
                that everyday has the potential to be a good day
                and write's like yours today, insure
                we slow down a little, to appreciate them
                before they become: our yearned-for yesterdays..
                wonderful music/video choice btw,

                • Goldfinch60

                  Thank you Mek they surely do.

                  Andy



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