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Only on Thursdays
by Nathan Stephen Joyce

Got home after school,
Took the rubbish out,
Stood there on my own two feet,
I never did without.

Lost my broken vase,
Lost my stomach pains,
I apologize when I smile,
Because I take your pain away.

Only on Thursdays,
These peaceful drops of rain,
Your lips were kissing me,
They held me in the rain.

One more time around,
Try to take the rubbish out,
Rhythm flays a path across,
My battered loveless drought.
We cannot begin to see,
That we were made to be,
Together standing in the rain,
Together laughing at the way,
It only rains on Thursdays.
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Poem ID: 37922   Poem Posted: 7/6/2000
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