Don'T Ruin My Beautiful Day - Poem by Tess Rockenstire
Ecstatic! I ended my day at day break.
Crimson sunrise by my window pane is bright.
My heart beats the sun gives me another light,
Grin in my face of absolute sight.
A colleague came to start her day,
Bitching like a gun loaded and moody.
Her mouth full of razor sharp blade,
She must have eaten a poisonous marmalade.
“She woke-up on the wrong side of the bed, ”
inhaled a potion of pure hell.
And carried it through our work place,
Such attitude I must exterminate her face.
Crimson light come back to me,
Don‘t ruin my day.
Sunshine rise in me
My light won't go dim today,
I refuse to tango with her demons.
Give me wisdom
Let your light ablaze
And your brightness amaze,
The demons of my work place.
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