After you’ve been gone and my heart’s been sore
I’m delighted to listen to the music of your snore.
only poem of yours I haven’t like because – god i hate snoring!!!
Snoring can be very comforting.
Though I was sure someone had broken into the garage while I was home alone. It turned out to be the dog snoring. Which was a relief!
oh, i like that kind of snoring too!
well… not totally…
Funny how that plays out.
great piece, simple and lovely
I know what you mean…but I’m glad we have a spare bedroom on occasions!!!!
If I am coughing all night, I will move to the guest room to spare him from being woken up all night, but I miss my snuggles!
I grew up with two very loud snorers as a kid (and now I live with them as an adult.. lol) so snoring was never quite something I enjoyed. However, I had one partner who snored very lightly. It was indeed very soothing and always put me straight of to sleep 🙂 Lovely poem, Shawn!
Thanks, Lori. A hip check does seem to work well at restoring peace in the dark. 😉
You are welcome, Shawn… *laughs* it does indeed help a tad bit 😉
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Shawn Bird is a high school English teacher, poet, and YA author in the beautiful Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada. She is a proud member of Rotary and a former Rotary Youth Exchange Student.
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