Tommy Augustin


Mawess


Its like everyday is the same,
I couldn't help but notice that everyday has something in common.
Its not that sun rays burns our flesh,
its not that the cold winds tries to freeze us to death
NO!
Its worst than that.
There are times when the day just courses your mood to change
or maybe its just that you are sometimes very moody.
Well I have experience the days and its quite complicated.
everyday is a new day,
but to me everyday is the exact same day as everyday.
We go through problems at work or with family.
Well its a usual thing.
but most importantly,
the days all have just one thing in common though,
and it has a name,
its a name people have come across many times.
For I am a man,
and the days 'experiencer'
and i always experience MAWESS.

Submitted: Monday, March 03, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

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Its a feeling i experience daily

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