by Jem Croucher


A damp morning’s followed
by a damp afternoon
It’s the dampest it’s been
since the damp days of June
It’s damp in the garden
and damp on the street
It’s damp everywhere
It’s a dampness complete

But though dampened out there
I’m not dampened within
for no dampening is going
to dampen my grin
And this dampness I know
with its dampening grey
will soon be replaced by
a nice sunny day



2 Comments to “Damp”

  1. Such inner strength you have! It gives me encouragement to do the same!

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