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Boredom, the bane of night…
by Ed Matlack
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Sitting in the interior light,

Wondering what is right,

Trying for something good to write,

Boredom is certainly the bane of night…

 

Mind filled with a fire unknown,

Taken from a time when hardly grown,

Into the collar of a coat boredom is sewn,

To always be present but never shown…

 

If this you do understand,

Then explain it to me,

Nothing have I written here planned,

No thought in my head is ever grand…

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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
A busy pen is a happy pen. But I do understand boredom. It's not necessarily the enemy though. Patrick
Reviewed by TONY NERONE
You write what ever comes to your mind. That is why I enjoy reading you, Ed. Do not change a thing.
GOD BLESS YOU
Tony
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Loved "Into the collar of a coat boredom is sewn,to always be present but never shown…"...your boredom is creating some truly great phrases! Keep on writing, Ed!

Anna

Reviewed by Mr. Ed
A great way to beat night boredom is to start wandering out there in the dark. You can meet all kinds of wondrous wildlife and probably even find a new pet in need of your help.
Reviewed by Felix Perry
I like this one Ed especially like the last two lines of the second stanza...unique.
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Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Like my poem this week says, it's time to climb out of your head and into something grand.

Ron
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Your last verse says it all for many of us Ed, Great write.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
"Into the collar of a coat boredom is sewn, / To always be present but never shown…"

Of course I understand this, and I imagine that you do also. Great two lines above, man.
Reviewed by Paul Berube
"Nothing have I written here planned, No thought in my head is ever grand…" I think that's the way it is for most of us, Ed. Well done.
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