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Thursday, 09 April 2015

It Was A Sunny Day Today

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By Arlene Corwin of Arlene Corwin Poetry

It was a sunny day today.
I did a headstand on the lawn
And almost yawned, I was so comfy.
A little cold but bold enough
To place my elbows on the grass,
Fasten head between cupped hands,
Kick my derrière pants upwards, and
Behold! There up I stood,
Upon my head,
Feet up instead,
Viewing a world in quietude.

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Posted by Ronni Bennett at 05:30 AM | Permalink | Email this post


Wish I could do that! Viewing a world upside down sure changes one's perspective!

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