Making A Day Of It

Poem By David Smith

Making a day of it
With a jewel or two
Saying something what needs saying
Shall I take her along who smokes?
I've gone a long way
And missed a few things along the way
Need to fill in some voids since the adolescent time
As I think back to a few buds I wish I had known
Grant me the bonds of creative flow
That them people I may someday know.

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