Christian Lacdael

Rookie - 55 Points (Bury St. Edmunds, England)

Daylight Savings' Day - Poem by Christian Lacdael

Open eyes glimpse many a sign,
Things seem to have slipped out of line,
Chasing the hours of sunshine,
Nature and time again entwine,
Take out time pieces to rewind,
Slide short hands an hour behind,
Make sure it's not to slip your mind,
Lest there's bother for you to find,
Lay in and gain an hour back,
Rather than rise in the pitch black,
Morning gets light it seems to lack,
Days are less daunting to attack,
We've to wait longer till daybreak,
So it's senseless to promptly wake,
Some forget the changes to make,
Thus seeding a rueful mistake.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 27, 2011


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