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One Ordinary Day

One ordinary day
Late for work again
Ran out with my shirt inside out
Stepped in puddles the rain had left behind
Made it to work ten minutes after the boss


One ordinary day
Forgot to put on makeup
Scared away the first ten customers
They must have alerted the others
For very few came my way again


One ordinary day
You walked into my life
Dripping heaven’s tears
Shivering like warmth left you behind
Perfection


One ordinary day
Dancing in the rain
Kissing back warmth into each other’s cold lips
Giggling as we fall into puddles
My yellow rain-boots, your coffee colored umbrella


Just another ordinary day


We take too many things for granted…the rain, the cherry blossoms that herald spring, the fact that it is 75F in VA today (it is bloody March for pete’s sake), the amazing people in our lives, ourselves, GOD…


Selah.


Song of the day: Jason Mraz – I won’t give up.
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9 Comments

  1. Myne Whitman March 18, 2012 Reply

    Lovely poem, got me thinking and smiling.

  2. lovelife4sale March 19, 2012 Reply

    awwww this is a cute poem…. i like the way it ends. just an Ordinary day, with a happy ending.

    • Kiah March 22, 2012 Reply

      life has too many unhappy endings…it is time i made up mine!

  3. Kitten March 22, 2012 Reply

    I love this poem, Kiah. It was 82 degrees in Chicago:)

    • Kiah March 22, 2012 Reply

      in chicago? oh wow!! it is going to be a great summer!

  4. T.Notes March 22, 2012 Reply

    So now we are kissing strangers in the rain uh?!!

    ‘….Dripping heaven’s tears
    Shivering like warmth left you behind’…I like.

    • Kiah March 22, 2012 Reply

      at least i am only kissing…unlike some people i know! 😛

  5. cheap fragrances March 23, 2012 Reply

    Because people are too occupied on things that they can give them a temporarily happiness. While their soul and spiritual side are dying. So pathetic.

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