W aiting eager for relaxation
E ach workday seems like a year
E ndless weekdays in between
K eep my eyes just fixed on Friday
E lusive though it often seems
N early there, the prize is waiting
D one with work and now I’m free
W here has all my free time gone to
E ven whilst I was enjoying
E very moment of weekend fun
K eeping work on the back burner
E njoyment seemed to be the key
N ow it’s Sunday, almost over
D amn, my weekend’s been and gone
Hope you’re all having a brilliant one.
Really well done, and so true. The weekend is well over a quarter of a week. Why does it seem like about one-twentieth of one?
‘Tis a mystery indeed, Col. I also can’t understand why, being retired, I value my weekends just as much as when I was working. 😉
Clever! These are much harder to write than people realise.
Thanks, Tilly. I think acrostic poems are much easier to write because you at least have the first letter of each line. 😉
Lovely idea, AD. Just like most weekends, you blink and they are over! 😉
Thanks, Adee, fI couldn’t think of what to do for the theme, and then I suddenly had this idea. 😉
very cute this 😉
Weekend has been filled with the usual so far – washing, spending money, ill-tempered kids – oh the joys!!
I’m just starting on mine. Also washing, shopping etc, but then tomorrow is the Superbowl dinner. I’m looking forward to it. 😉