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“Day & Date Defined Doubly”

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English Poetry

“Day  & Date Defined Doubly”

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Day is commolnly denoted by daily sunrise and sunset,

Cock-crowing and dawn chorus well synchronize that !

On the stroke of midnight, both day and date do conclude,

Just after that the next day and date invariably intrude !

Day dwells well in date awaiting until arrival of the dark,

To succeed consecutively apropos of the calendar mark !

Day is specified differently known by its seven names per day,

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday !

A period of 24 hours is geographically allocated to each day,

Dawn, Morn, Noon, Afternoon, Dusk, Evening, Night & Midnight,

Divide the day proportionately between darkness and light !

The Sun is The Great Creater-Cum-Operator of all this environ,

The cock is the indicator of next day through his punctual siren !

3 Comments

  1. Vishvnand says:

    A differently elegant take on the subject
    Liked immensely

    Date & Day defined doubly & beautifully
    But there is something else called “Date” which is differently defined
    More popular amongst youngsters who, for fixing the Day & date for it remain busy & occupied :))

    • ashwini kumar goswami says:

      @Vishvnand, Thanks a lot !
      I think, the most popular amongst youngsters is the verbal noun
      of date i.e. “dating” !

      • Vishvnand says:

        @ashwini kumar goswami ,
        In these modern days, the one whom you are dating is called a “date”, I suppose, whatever be her name… 🙂

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