It’s going to be a cold, yet sunny Sabbath in Bagwine, Ohio today. So my 11-7 stint at the Beer Mine won’t be completely torturous.
In fact working will help to get my mind off of something. Something that just kinda came up, and has made me very sad and somber.
I am a bit afraid to publish a poem I wrote about it, but eh, damn the embarrassment of my stupid poem and just get it out there I say.
It’s the only way I know to get my feelings out without fricking bawling. Yeah, I said that. So here ya go...
We rang the New Year in together,
With open hearts and a good dry wine.
We sang, and laughed, and cheered together,
At the football games and to hopeful times.
Still warm in the glow of Christmas lights,
We smiled, we loved, we played.
But as people removed their tinsel and lights,
You became cold, and distant, and gray.
I had hoped it would be different this time,
And we could overcome our dislike.
I tried this year to give you time,
But in anger said, “Take a Hike.”
I’m glad you’re leaving…I’m not ashamed,
For you my dear January are a lousy month, and I hold you in great disdain.
Good Riddance January. Tomorrow we begin February. A great month which includes, my Birthday…the Super Bowl, and most importantly…
It's one month closer to Spring.
Amen, and Amen!!
Enjoy your Sunday and your last day of this God forsaken month, all.