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Seven Days Makes a Week!

What happens in those seven days?

By Denise E LindquistPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
Seven Days Makes a Week!
Photo by Jazmin Quaynor on Unsplash

Saturday meeting day

It was psychic wellness day, I say

Sunday water ceremony

or travel and spend some money

Monday is another meeting day, okay?

Tuesday is work, a group day for me

Wednesday, I have a meeting you see

Thursday is zoom

We had lunch at Dairy Queen

With family we hadn’t seen

Friday I pick up the broom!

And it was John’s birthday

Every night is Friday night!

Every day is Saturday right?

Well, it is when you are retired!

It’s Saturday and I’m just tired!

Sunday is a break from weights, aye

Monday is laughter yoga day hey!

On Tuesday I pick up a few groceries too

Wednesday I talk with people I sponsor to

count that as my service, and talk to those who sponsor me

Thursday is a day I do some writing and Friday

Saturday and Sunday it is all for me to be

a better writer, every day and at the end of the week

I look at other writers and take a peek

at how they are all doing every day I seek

to do a better job of writing here on Vocal/Medium

with little to no tedium.


First published by Write Under the Moon on medium.com

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About the Creator

Denise E Lindquist

I am married with 7 children, 27 grands, and 12 great-grandchildren. I am a culture consultant part-time. I write A Poem a Day in February for 8 years now. I wrote 4 - 50,000 word stories in NaNoWriMo. I write on Vocal/Medium weekly.

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran2 months ago

    Why'd you grab a broom on John's birthday? To ask him to sweep? To hit him? To sweep him off his feet? Hahahahahahahahahhaha. Loved your poem!

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