Saturday Zen

Nine hours sleep
Feeling refresh with a relax mind
The sun smiles as I smile back at the day

Late afternoon I woke
Taken a cold shower
Felt the water against my skin
Feeling refresh and relax

Four in the afternoon came
I cooked
I fried and stirred
Opened the lid
The rice is ready

The kettle whistles
I pour some hot water in my cup
The aroma of good coffee

Two bananas and a cup of coffee

I eat and drink
Relaxing and Zen

I finished my coffee
I brushed my teeth
My mouth felt refresh
I smiled as I climbed up the stairs

I turned on the lights
It’s six in the evening
I sat on my chair
I wrote my poetry

I watched television
I’m waiting for midnight
After Six hours of waiting
Now I can post my poetry

2 thoughts on “Saturday Zen

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    I thoroughly enjoyed this and the two other accompanying pieces in the troika of concise poems.To borrow part of one of Bacall’s lines from the Bogart/Bacall 1945 classic,”To Have and Have Not”,we’d invite you over to perform your poetry in person,”if it wasn’t for all that water”.

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