Travis Johnson

Rookie - 71 Points (06 Sept 86 / Evansville, IN)

A Day Well Done - Poem by Travis Johnson

Ok its four o’clock
My girl gets off at six
For dinner I’m wonderin
What I’m gonna fix
So I get online
To look up recipes
When she comes in
I want it to look like a dream
I put a cloth on the table
And two gold plates
Two candles in the middle
To brighten up her face
On the floor
To show her
there’s no one I love more
Now its five thirty
And the food is almost done
Thinkin to myself
This is really fun
Everything taste good
I cooked it to the T
All by myself
That I can’t believe
I hear her pull up
Keys jiggle outside
I run out the kitchen
And moved by the candle light
When she comes in
Her eyes moved to my position
She tried to speak
I stopped her and said listen
You’re my wife my love
For that you deserve so much more
But today I thought
I would surprise you when you came in the door
So I pulled out her seat
When she sat I uncovered the plate
And the smell in the air
Was how the food tasted
Cordon bleu with a hit of lemon
And salad on the side
I looked closely to her face
And a tear fell out her eye
So everything turns out good
And a smile is on my face
If I can say so myself
What a wonderful day

Comments about A Day Well Done by Travis Johnson

  • (11/25/2009 7:56:00 AM)

    I love this poem too! Good job baby (Report) Reply

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  • (10/24/2009 3:51:00 PM)

    A wife always deserve the best hope she
    value you as much as you value her
    good luck to both of you
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  • (6/23/2009 8:01:00 AM)

    Hi poet
    U r poem A day well done is a very real and true picture of reality. I loved it and hope all husband are the same and all wives know the importance of such husbands.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 6, 2011

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