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Quatrain April Poems | Quatrain Poems About April

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I wonder

I wonder if God told her 
How I broke down and cried
I wonder if he told her 
How I thought he lied 

I wonder if she's seen 
My dedication and my praise 
Has she seen my suffering 
And counted up the days 

I wonder if she's waiting 
As if I was already there 
Smileing and not debating 
The eturnity I'd wish we'd share 

I wonder if I could win her 
Not by law or decree 
I'd want that something special 
Just from her to me 

I wonder if God hears me 
While my poetry prays 
And passes on this love 
For the one that it was made 

I wonder if forever 
Really does exist 
Then I would use forever 
For a love like this

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O Dolorous Day

O dolorous day! 
Wish I could give you away, 
For some money in exchange,
Well, whaddya say? 

O dolorous day! 
Could you spare me a ray? 
From the sun you hold hostage,
Behind clouds of gray? 

Mind you, this is a public place,
So if you must obfuscate, 
Well, move to some other space,
And then proceed to procreate!

And on the days you procreate,
Can’t you let this little town be?
O how heavy is your sagging weight,
On the sagging shoulders of feeble-minded me,

O dolorous day! 
If you want, I can gladly pay,  
For some daylight in exchange, 
Well, whaddya say? 

O dolorous day! 
Could you spare me a day? 
In which the sun you hold hostage,
Can come out and play?