In a letter I wrote
Words of doubt and fear,
The cursed ink smeared,
‘To hell with you’, I quote
A frustrated lover.
A fresh parchment smiled
As I thought of words,
‘For you, I will fight the world’,
Only if this damned quill worked
In the hands of a frustrated lover.
Your eyes are my light,
Life looks oh-so bright,
‘My love, you’re… Fire! fire!’,
Candle burnt the parchment and the desire
Of a frustrated lover.
Let me see what stops me now
My dear, I take a vow,
‘I will finish writing this letter…
After a power nap’, dear-O-dear,
Said a frustrated lover.
Such a good example of how humor can be derived from any situation, and how it lightens things up, and how writing as a powerful tool brings it forth. 🙂 :). Well captured. 🙂
Humour is must in life, it helps a lot, it guides.
Thanks, keep reading. 😀
Very nice and very funny 🤣
Hee-hee! Thanks a lot, ya-hoy dear! 😀
oh lovers of the world, unite against this tyranny of sleep, and ink and quill!
love your pets and plants more, and rest assured. the work will be done! 🤣
Hee-hee, well said, hee-hee! 😀
So happy that the poem made you laugh this much. Cheers!