1381 – The Mower

The Mower
Truth: you’ll only have to mow your carpet once.

I Just Make More Mess

The window didn’t need a smudge.
The dust did not need glue.
The furniture did not need sludge
in fifty shades of blue.

The mirrors didn’t need more mud.
The walls did not need ink.
The bathtub didn’t need to flood
and neither did the sink.

The kitchen didn’t need a fire
and nor did the commode.
The carpet didn’t quite require
to have its fringes mowed.

I sadly say, I truly tried
to do the best I could.
But cleaning house, I must confide:
I’m really not that good.

Author: Samuel Kent

I'm a dad who wants to share his labor of love with the world. I also happen to be an award-winning artist and poet. Follow the lunchbox doodles and poems on twitter: @LunchboxDoodler!

2 thoughts on “1381 – The Mower”

    1. I suppose that “great” is in the eye of the reader, but thank you nonetheless.

      I don’t really know how to respond beyond that. I can say that I practice a lot, and I have a proven method for writing. I’m also attuned to listeing to my thoughts and capturing ideas that would make for good poems.

      Beyond that, you might be interested in reading more about how my poems come together here: http://i.droo.it/i-am-often-asked/how-a-poem-comes-to-life/

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