The Week’s End

People walking out door quickly

The Week’s End

Five days of souls dehydrating,
coffee residing in veins
where blood used to be,
bags under sunken eyes,
chunks of hair torn out,
laugh lines corrupted
and running south.

Left overs and patience
growing ever so thin,
chores and joy abandoned,
depression settling in,
sanity threatening a boycott,
hope and patience running out.


But the calendar, a cruel
methodical master, and its cohort
the meticulous clock, gather
to gawk, working together,
they sit and watch the
marionette’s strings pulled
taut, dangling and dancing
they chuckle and give a
whispering shout:


Welcome to the week’s end,
my finite little friends, and
enjoy it while you can
’cause time is running out.

____________________________

Congratulations, you’ve made it: Welcome to the weekend!  Enjoy it while it lasts and refuel because the dreaded M-word is heading back your way again. That dreaded clock and its friend the calendar never lay off, do they?  Oh well. Least we’ve got a few days of reprieve before heading back to the grind of it all!

As for news around here, now that I’ve gotten my final out of the way, I’ll be back to regular posting and getting out a chapter of Death By Analysis out this weekend to catch up on time lost. Other than that, I’ve got a few things coming next week that have to do with my utter appreciation for every follower/viewer that visits here, and a lovely poem in the works titled Death By Chocolate and, if it works out right, a little one called The Emperor’s New Clothes.

Anywho, here’s to your weekend being awesome and the hours going by slowly!

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10 responses

  1. Love this poem. Especially the first line.

    1. I’m glad you enjoyed it! The whole ‘coffee residing in veins where blood used to be’ is what really got the poem going for me.

  2. I am dying to devour that Death by Chocolate piece 🙂

    1. Ohhh, and just wait till I find the picture to go with it. I’ll make sure to make it extra awesome.

  3. A very clever and witty write.

  4. If your poem is autobiographical you may need a new vocation…. or just a little sleep!

  5. I love your poems so much!! This is SO true!

    1. Awww, well thank you and I’m glad you enjoyed this one! ^__^

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