Dorsey Baker


Its So Good


its so good when
you wake up and feel
the warm morning sun
touching upon your face
its so good when
you look out of the
window and nothing
seems out of place

its so good when
darkness vanishes
from the sky
its so good when
the joy of laughter
out laugh the tears
that you cry

its so good when
you smell the flowers
and their smell is so sweet
its so good when
you've got a hat to wear
upon your head
and shoes to wear
upon your feet

Submitted: Friday, July 06, 2012
Edited: Saturday, July 07, 2012

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