When The Night Comes By
The day is over
We did so much and we still have a lot on our mind
We had trouble with our t.v. and we both worked on fixing the problem
Relaxing and talking that's what we do best
Skipping over the hardships and the hassles
Sharing each other's happiness
Putting a little twist on it
To make it our own
Filling our empty stomachs
That somehow must have a hole in each
We feed them in the morning
By noontime, they are empty again
Then before it was dark
Once more add some food
Will this cycle ever stop?
Even later for one more snack
That's a lot of nourishment
For the most part
It is healthy
The weather was cold outside
As the temperature dipped to 23 degrees
We were comfortable hiding inside
The little part of the world that we see
No communication from anyone
The mood happy
We will let you know
There was even a little time for romance
The simple pleasures out in the open
Maybe the birds will be the first
To see what tomorrow will bring
How great it would be
To hear them sing
DREAM ON (author) on February 02, 2021:
Brenda Arledge We both work hard and we find ways to play hard. If it is making each other smile over and over. I like to make my wife laugh. Sometimes I have to tickle it out of her. I look forward after a long day to come home into my wife's arms. No matter how crazy things can get I soon forget all that. Home is where my heart and love is. Thank you so much for reading and sharing. There is always something we can learn about each other. Even after 19 years married I am learning every day. Have a good day.
DREAM ON (author) on February 02, 2021:
Denise McGill It took me longer to find time to write the comments than it did to write my poem. Some days get so busy. We have to do what is essential first then make our way to everything else. I love that you and your honey do the same things. Thank you so much for reading and caring. To many more days and nights like this. Have a beautiful night.
BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on January 26, 2021:
It's refreshing to hear of the two of you enjoying one another's company.
Even in the little things.
Take care & enjoy each moment.
DREAM ON (author) on January 26, 2021:
Tuli Banerjee Every day we do things together. Some days things go so smoothly Then there are times we hit our highs and lows. Thank you so much for reading and commenting. I wish you a beautiful afternoon.
Denise McGill from Fresno CA on January 24, 2021:
That was beautiful. To simply enjoy each other's presence and solve problems together, what could be better? I had a similar day with my honey and we like to just sit and talk it over. That is the best.
Tuli Banerjee from Kolkata on January 24, 2021:
Very nice. Love it.
DREAM ON (author) on January 23, 2021:
Ann Carr I am truly blessed. When I have a good day I like to talk about it. When the day has its tough spots I try to iron them out. I wish I listened to my mom when she tried to show me how to iron a shirt. Now I have to pay for not listening. So I have to wing it and somedays don't get better. Other days take a surprising turn for the best. Thank you for reading and leaving such nice comments. I hope your day is turning out wonderful too.
Ann Carr from SW England on January 22, 2021:
Another uplifting offering! Lovely.
DREAM ON (author) on January 22, 2021:
Chitrangada Sharan Looking back over years of my life the most exciting and fulfilling days were the ones that my wife and I spend quietly alone. Doing very little but always working together. Thank you so much for reading and sharing. I can't thank you enough for your wonderful visit.
Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on January 22, 2021:
Well expressed and a pleasure to read. Thank you for sharing.
DREAM ON (author) on January 21, 2021:
Umesh Chandra Bhatt You are the first to read and share. I think your day will go especially well. If it does I told you it would. If it doesn't, tomorrow will be better than today. If we keep on trying. It will only be a matter of time before we are right. Thank you so much for caring. Laughing at our mistakes and correcting them slowly as we go along.
Umesh Chandra Bhatt from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India on January 21, 2021: