Dorian Petersen Potter


Everyday There's Something New # 7 - Poem by Dorian Petersen Potter

Everyday there’s something new
And the sun again comes out too.
Everyday there’s something old too
I know this world is like a zoo

Everyday there’s something new
And the sky changes all the time hue.
Everyday there’s something old too
What do you have for yourself to show?

Everyday there’s something new
We all want a love that is true.
Everyday there’s something old too
For good and bad times we all go through!

Everyday there’s something new
We all want to know the how-to.
Everyday there’s something old too
In my heart love for you always grow

Everyday there’s something new
Once in while I love barbecue!
Everyday there’s something old too
I want to have friends but no foes!

Everyday there’s something new
Some people need their life renew.
Everyday there’s something old too
And I love to read poetry by Edgar Allan Poe!

Everyday there’s something new
Celebrities are in the book of Who’s Who!
Everyday there’s something old too
Some people like to eat cookie dough!

Everyday there’s something new
Some need to have their brain unscrew.
Everyday there’s something old too
Our Independence, took place long time ago!

Everyday there’s something new
I like walking in that beautiful avenue!
Everyday there’s something old too
Some people do everything slow!

Everyday there’s something new
For reading my poetry I want to thank you.
Everyday there’s something old too
Don’t get so mad, that you'll blow!


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 3, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, May 17, 2010


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