Overcast spring day
Blocking the sun
No telling how long they’ll stay
Clouds hovering inside
Those we wish to hide
Hoping for a breeze
To blow them all away
Suddenly a gust of wind
No budging the clouds
Rain soon on its way
Clouds and tears today
Just a longing
Short passing feeling
Gray Friday, what can I say
Author: Don Iannone, D.Div.
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5 thoughts on “Overcast Friday”
Liquid: Thanks for the wish. The day did brighten.
Andrew: Thanks. All little metaphors and analogies for grasping life…
Well, you said a lot in a beautiful way. 🙂
And the sun burned me nose today…….
Wishing you a brighter tomorrow.
Polona: Thanks. Yes some days are just this way.
some days feel like this…
beautifully written, though.