Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Mye Day Thursaday


Mye Day Thursaday
Mye Day Thursaday
for ewe
morning was a noise of people parking cars coming to work at the building next door eye had fallen asleep at the lieberry again under the roof to escape the rain it had only sprinkled but eye moved otherwise eye would have been awake there is a long walk and then it happened not every day and not always when eye wish there was a cup of coffee on the street sitting pretty on a newspaper stand left by a commuter intent on getting his or her trolley ride always in a hurry this coffee was so good because of the surprise of finding it so early and on time eye zig zag the streets to save time trying to get to McDonalds to get my coffee it is only 55p with a refill its a good price and a nice place HORROR the coffee machine was broken eye stared behind the counter in disbelief and told another man to go to Wendys and so now eye went outside there was a empty cup and one beside it eye inched up to it and stared hard at a full cup the coffee was cold and old but so nice to find another miricle in mye day thursaday
two cups and not a penny spent thrifty is mye namme
for she who waits for charlax
for you
Mye Day Thursaday

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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