Fredrick is a professional tech blogger and content developer. He writes articles for his blogs and edits content bought on freelance sites.
Last week I went through a strain
And here comes Monday again
Any my energy is yet to regain
Mondays are just another drain
Waking up is full of reluctance and stress
I even don’t have energy to dress
But how am I going to impress?
Mondays are just not bliss
At the workplace, it’s hard to concentrate
Only thinking about how to rejuvenate
But the boss is here to administrate
Mondays are just irate
At noon, you get some happiness
It's lunch time, but it’s filled with bitterness
Because there are working hours ahead and a lot of unfairness
Mondays are just characterized by laziness
Evening is here and the office is closing
Time to put a full stop to what you’re doing
But were you doing anything?
Mondays can sometimes be uninspiring
On your way home, you are in deep thoughts
And it makes it harder if you live on the outskirts
Because the journey will be full of traffic and of course car hoots
Mondays are just full of upsets
You get home and that makes it a little bit ease
But that hangover doesn’t please
Even if you grab a drink or some cheese
Mondays are just a malaise
Mondays are bad for almost everyone
And it’s a day you have to go through, you can’t postpone
Your brain is foggy and it’s better to spend the time alone
Mondays are tough and need a strong backbone
Monday is the day that scary things happen
From grown-ups to school-going children
The day can leave anyone heartbroken
Mondays could be a bad omen
At 00:00, it’s full of darkness but it's a new day
Monday is gone, but it will come back some day
It’s now relaxing because you’re asleep and it’s on Tuesday
Monday is a very different day
© 2021 Fredrick aka JS
Venkatachari M from Hyderabad, India on January 14, 2021:
An interesting take on those unpleasant Mondays, Jan.
I enjoyed it very much tallying it with my own experiences of Mondays during my prime age.
Nowadays, all days are the same for me, and each one enjoyable with my own busy schedule.
BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on January 13, 2021:
I remember those days in my younger days when I actually worked.
Now...sometimes I forget it's Monday.
Maybe you can try that one. Pretend it's a different day.