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Another Day

by David Pekrul
copyright 05-05-2005

Age Rating: 7 +

So here it is, another day,
And nothing seems to change.
I go to work, I come back home,
And all things stay the same.

But that is not a terrible thing,
I have security,
A loving wife, and two great kids;
My kind of luxury.

Some people say they’re movers,
And some others, shakers too,
But I’m content to stay at home,
And spend my time with you.

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        05-07-2005     Brian Dickenson        

A nice tight piece, but speaking volumes.
Once again your love for your wife shines through this poem.
Lucky you, in fact both of you.
You have found what so many never do.
Keep up the good work.

        05-06-2005     Anthony Lane Stahlhut        

And it is time well spent! Me and the wife have said to many of our friends that just being together at home is the best of times. Funny how the little things feel so right and then you go out and can't wait to get back home! Anthony

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