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Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Tuesday


Tuesday came and gone,
And I was still in Summer.
Wishing the Autumn breeze,
Would drift away with the winds!

Again...
I'm sitting waiting patiently,
For sunshine.
The coldness that surrounds us,
isn't yours or mine.
I sit waiting patiently,
For...
The Sun to shine.

Finally distant bells came,
Floating down on my ears.
And I hear a Robin sing.
Could it be Spring melting snow?

Oooh again...
I'm sitting waiting patiently,
For sunshine.
The coldness that surrounds us,
isn't yours or mine.
I sit waiting patiently,
For...
The Sun to shine.

Tuesday...
Came and gone...and,
I was still...
In Summer.
Wishing,
That Autumn breeze,
Would drift,
Away with the winds!

Zzzagain...
I'm,
Sitting waiting patiently for sunshine.
The coldness that surrounds me,
Isn't yours or mine.
I find myself just waiting for that Sun to shine.

Tuesday I'ma waitin' for the sun to shine.
Anticipatin' waitin' for the Sun to shine.
Anticipatin' waitin' for a celebrated date,
That Sun will shine!

Anticipatin' waitin' for the Sun to shine.
Anticipatin' waitin' for a celebrated date,
That Sun will shine!

Anticipatin' waitin' for a celebrated date,
That Sun will shine!

That Sun 'will' shine!

Submitted: Monday, November 16, 2009
Edited: Monday, November 16, 2009

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