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Days of the Week

Monday means rise and shine, get out of bed and be at work on time, it's a day some consider makes them blue when full of stress and crying too. Tuesday gives us our second wind, makes up for the tiring day before as we hustle our bustle throughout the day, relieved when we are headed home as we pray. Wednesday is over-the-hump part of the week, catching up with thoughts that were filed within the cobwebs of our busy minds galore, remembering to pick up a frozen pizza at the store. Thursday is inching closer to the weekend, a wormy sort of day taking forever to end, as it progresses on the clock of slow motion wanting to give it a shot of magic potion. Friday is the barometer measuring the week, working each day makes some feel in the pink, watching the clock until closing time knowing we earned every dime. Saturday means sleeping in late, alarms are not set to get us out of bed, eating a leisurely breakfast is a treat, pancakes and coffee can't be beat. Sunday is the end of the week, a day of worship and singing hymns, afterward a dinner at home sweet home, then a nap to end this very long poem.

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Date: 2/21/2020 12:10:00 PM
Hi! So you said my comment came without a name. Well, I'm Isreal Ross. I am a member on poetry soup and my username is StarryIsreal. My laptop likes to log me out frequently.
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Sonia Walker
Date: 2/21/2020 12:56:00 PM
Isreal, thank you for your reply. You are very welcome to recite my poem, "Days of the Week." All the best with the contest. Sincerely, Sonia.
Date: 2/20/2020 11:06:00 AM
Hello! I’m a student in high school. I am currently working on a speech event where I am to perform poetry of other people in front of judges. I really liked your poem because I found it something very relatable to my topic and I like how well it was written. I was wondering if I could use your poem for this event. The title and your name will be given credit in my introduction.
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Sonia Walker
Date: 2/20/2020 2:32:00 PM
Hello, your request came in without a name. Are you a member of Poetry Soup? I feel flattered that you like my poem, "Days of the Week" and want to present it before judges of a speech event. Before, I give you permission to do so, can you please let me know who you are?