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>Day 10: "Don’t Thank God ‘Cause It’s Friday"

>This was the Day 10 prompt for April PAD:

“For today’s prompt, I want you to write a poem about Friday. Do you like Fridays? Despise Fridays? Of course, you can also write about something that happened on a Friday–or write an ode to Fridays. Or, as you know, I’m all for seeing you attack this from an angle I haven’t thought of yet.” Read more at: April PAD Challenge: Day 10

“Don’t Thank God ‘Cause It’s Friday”

Those stinky rugs need vacuuming
There’s laundry piled up in the corner
The grocery, half done, is still in the cart
These geraniums need pruning, watering
That study is a mess because he clutters
Those friends need a drink and they hound me
There’s work to be ended before ’tis “weekend”
The taxman knocketh, returns to be filed, darn, it’s April!
This is a poem that HAS to be written, so what I am dead.

Image from the Internet

4 comments on “>Day 10: "Don’t Thank God ‘Cause It’s Friday"

  1. priti aisola
    April 12, 2009

    >I like the tone of this poem!

  2. tikulicious
    April 12, 2009

    >lol Nabina so many will identify with this one and the cartoon is super.. 😀

  3. fleuve-souterrain
    April 12, 2009

    >thanks friends! I am sure my tone was that of exasperation…Yeah the cartoon is cool… I in fact have a “BLACK FRIDAY” (the american shopping mania) poem written up from before, will post some time. And, really, I don’t think I wrote a poem, it was a rant!

  4. Rhett
    April 15, 2009

    >Liked it much. Well written!

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This entry was posted on April 11, 2009 by in April PAD, Don’t Thank God ‘Cause It’s Friday, Nabina Das, Poem a Day, Poetic Asides, poetry.
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