M.T. JAMIESON - POEMS
M.T. Jamieson and his wife, Susan, live in northeastern Ohio with their dog and two cats. He works in route-sales. They are motorcyclists, He is twice a former university student.
Tuesdays At Work
Tuesdays at work, and cover much ground.
Planned, and focused, time wise, schedule bound.
Buzzers to buzzer, doors to be pound.
People to see, and lost to be found.
Lambs to be led, and clowns to be clowned.
Jesters appeased, and kings to be crowned.
Lamps to be lit, and fires to be drowned.
Perhaps, some rules, to be run around.
Hoops to be jumped through, clocks to be wound.
Ducks to line up, and dogs to be hound.
Castles to storm, wagon trains surround.
Headaches, fractures, there to compound.
Opportunities are to abound,
For those, abilities, to astound.
Tuesdays at work, and cover much ground,
Not play at texture, rhyme, word, and sound.