Weekends For Dummies

It's Friday night, work's days complete.
But years inform each week's retreat.
Youth 'gives' five days and hopes to 'get'
for two at least (their pace to vet) !
More selfish think all service cursed
and dream the Bible's truth's reversed
(God's blessings earned by 'good' we do
on Sundays sitting in a pew) !

Yes, faith may save, but 'Blind Faith' kills!
Who clothes the golden daffodils?
They stretch toward Sun (do they have thoughts?) ,
trash pushed aside by juggernauts.
Were Noah's woods what fleshed out ark
or trees (pre-Noah's time) its spark?
To seek true Bliss each servant's right
(All days aren't weekends, friend?) Good night!


Long Tooth
October 16th in 2021

Saturday, October 16, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: Faith,Humor
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Bri Edwards 29 October 2021

It's I who clothe the golden daffodils, with lacey panties and other frills. Don't YOU go running for the hills, though I KNOW lacey panties give you thrills. : )

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Bri Edwards 29 October 2021

It's I who clothe the golden daffodils,

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Bri Edwards 29 October 2021

It's I who clothes the golden daffodils,

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