A poem a day keeps the cobwebs


A poem a day keeps the cobwebs away
places to go, people to see
unhappiness unraveling for minds to no longer weigh
horizons opening for opportunities as wide and abundant as water in the Sea
refinement of movement made out in public view willfully

places to go, people to see
skies to savor, hearts to skip beats
cold, damp grounds cultivated to source out beets
inside, I think we're all a little Seaworthy

places to go, people to see
a dash of positivity put in all the new recipes shows the new ways
a million paths can be suggestions when we all let our creative selves be
a million places can become comforting designations if we first release the weights
meet me in the middle of the road in your yellow convertible as I hold my deep pink umbrella through this storm like the couple on the cover of the book by F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Great Gatsby"

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