Serenity

Written by: R. e. taylor

Serenity

Just one day in a lifetime
When the planets align
The stars twinkle with just the right rhythm
Breezes sound like a choir
The sun sets at just the right time 
The baby sleeps all night long
You find a hundred dollars in your wallet
The car starts without a problem
Your wife wakes up with a smile
The mother-in-law leaves after two weeks
The Browns win the Superbowl
Baseball gets rid of the designated hitter
You talk yourself out of a speeding ticket
The weight you gained at the buffet fades away
A day like that is so rare
Serenity granted by the gods above
Still serenity is fleeting
Enjoy it while you can because tomorrow it may be gone
And once again the gods will crap on your life
Once again you will take it and smile
In the hope that another day will come