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Inane by J. M. Allen

J. M. Allen | Nov 11th, 2020 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

I’ll tell you of an activity that you often need to do.
Try this at least once a day, maybe even two.
Do something silly – something that is inane!
Without ever laughing at yourself, you might feel insane.

Draw a smiley face in the frost on the window of your car.
Wear a funny message t-shirt, then go for a walk far.
Wave at people that pass, without a good reason why.
Maybe it will make their day, that someone told them Hi.

Pick up that piece of trash, that’s been there for a week.
Who cares if you are seen, a clean park is what you seek.
Variety is the spice of life – a saying you’ve heard before.
So go do something different, and you’ll feel like doing more.

Poet Bio

J. M. Allen is a 50-year old, who recently started writing a bunch of rhyming poems. Check out his book of poems “Entertainment for Parents” available on Amazon.

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