Leon’s Poetry



I picked out a necktie to wear this morning
There were so many to choose from
But you were gone . . . and
I probably chose the wrong one

The day played its course
My mind occupied elsewhere
Questioning my selection, wondering
Which tie you’d have laid out

It should be an easy thing 
Picking a tie
But its not something I ever do
You always do that for me

I know there will always be some times
We’re apart – helpless times for me
But I really needed a good necktie today
. . . And you were gone

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