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A "Shady" Day...
by Ed Matlack

Sunday, January 04, 2004

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No more do we call a day cloudy, the new term for this day is SHADY!

A SHADY DAY…


 


Most call their days sunny or cloudy,


I find the cloudy ones to be better called,


                      shady…


 


I mean, look at the day,


When the sun does shine,


We use that day to enjoy the warmth,


When it is cloudy, we do but whine,


So why not change the name from cloudy to,


                        shady…?


 


The sun is being shaded by the clouds, isn’t that true ?


So let us call it something totally new,


This something being in lieu,


Of cloudy, something more along the lines of,


                        shady…


 


Usually when it is shady out,


The rain does come down,


Wouldn’t it be funny, just once to see the rain, go up?


Or actually have it raining puppy dogs & kitty cats,


Or the day should maybe just remain,


                        shady…


 


Okay, enough of this talk of cloudy & shady & rain coming down,


I am still dressed in my sleeping gown,


So a shower I must take,


After I do make,


Myself do the fantasy & self sex route that I must remunerate.


 


So remember, cloudy days no longer exist,


We will now call them by their new given name,


That of, now what was that, oh damn this game,


                        SHADY…


 


                                                                        [ed]  


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Reviewed by Jennifer Croy 9/15/2006
Great poem Mr. Ed about A "Shady" day. It was truly delightful to read thanks for sharing. Jennifer
Reviewed by Divinity 11 1/4/2004
hahah,
too much info!

tee hee
jessica
aka
gypsie
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/4/2004
cute write.......okay shady days......now longer feeling grim......just a bit shady....hehehehehe
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 1/4/2004
LOL...ok Mr. Ed then a SHADY DAY it is here today but ummmmm one thing dear...I am getting wet in this here SHADE! :O(
I loved this clever lil crafted gem, made me smile on this dreary of winter rainy SHADY days!
((((Hugs))))
~Nikki~
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