Author Lyne Beringer: Just One Of Those Days


It was one of those days

Things were turning out wrong

Hours creeping by

Each one incredibly long

I had uploaded my thoughts

In a make believe cloud

Please give them back

I shouted to no one out loud

Extremely discouraged

And yes, I was pissed

Seemed that all of those thoughts

Had disappeared in the mist

So I closed all the curtains

Locked every door

Backed into a corner

Then sunk to the floor

There all alone

On the edge of the night

I put pen to some paper

And started to write

I wrote about heartaches

Jotted down some of my goals

Even wrote about secrets

That nobody knows

Ink flowing freely

On each and every page

A kind of self medication

Yeah….  It was just one of those days


©  Lyne Beringer


Excerpt from the book “Alaskan Vogue”

BeFunkyPhotoAbout the Author

I never thought the word “writer” would be used to describe me and the thoughts that tumble out of my head onto paper. It’s a new me, giving away words all neatly packaged up in rhyme.

 I have lived in the interior of Alaska off and on for nearly twenty years. Alaska gets in your blood. It lures you in then takes your soul hostage, becoming part of who you are, who you become. Every summer, the days are warm, long, and inviting. Tourists descend in droves, racing toward the next adventure, and a rich, colorful history provides plenty of businesses with trinkets to sell the Alaskan nostalgia.  Anything seems possible when you are standing outside at midnight and the stars are nowhere to be found. That is until winter rolls back around.

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1 reply

  1. Love this one more than any of the rest, so far! Good writing, Lyne.


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