Theresa Ann Moore

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Friday


Friday is a day of the week
That gives employment a break
TGIF is an acronym for relief
Releasing you from a mind ache

Friday is a day that concludes
Never again to be renewed
ABC appropriately describes…
It’s like gum that’s already been chewed

Friday is a pause that offers
A space that is temporally free
It improves the current flow
Whether you are AC and DC

LOL and enjoy the weekend
Breathe deep and smile
Monday is two days away…
So unwind your mind for awhile

11/15/07

Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011
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