the grass is cut,
the clippings all swept away,
as the sun whittles down
the end of this third April Sunday.
cat meows for dinner,
his feed dish piled up high;
as the laundry waits for folding—
the clothes at last are all dry.
what nonsense will the week bring?
will I continue being so alone?
as unanswered are my dreams
and dusty the bell inside an unrung phone.
see, the Moon rises
and Spring toddles on,
as a one-row Cajun accordion still calls
after all these long years gone.
Posted on April 19, 2015, in Poem and tagged April, Cajun accordion, cat, cat meows, catfood, clothes, dish, dust, grass clippings, laundry, loneliness, Moonrise, mow the lawn, phone, Spring, Sunday, sunset, Time passing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.