A Perfect Day a Poem by Trish Hubschman

A Perfect Day a Poem by Trish Hubschman

A Perfect day

By Trish Hubschman

Day 11


The sun was high, the breeze gentle.

To the park I wanted to go.

We found a bench on grassy noll,

And sat down to watch the show.


A kid was trying to get a kite airborne,

But it didn’t want to be set free.

Up, up, up it went three times,

But got stuck in a tree.


We start on, holding our breaths,

Hoping the kite sailed.

We didn’t want the boy to stop trying,

Thinking he had failed.


His perseverance would pay off soon,

And he would get the kite to fly.

Finally, it did, it did, it did!

The kite rose up in the sky.


Trish Hubschman is the author of the Tracy Gayle mystery series, Tidalwave, Stiff Competition, Ratings Game and uneasy Tides. Tracy is hired by rock musician, Danny Tide, to find out who set fire to his band’s summer tour bus. In doing this, more diabolical things arise, mysteries, murders, romance.

Trish is a graduate of Long Island University’s Southampton Campus and has a Bachelor’s degree in English-Writing. She is deafblind and lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, author Kevin Hubschman, and their dog, henry.

Her website is www.dldbooks.com/Hubschman/



One Comment

  1. patricia hubschman Reply
    April 20, 2022

    This poem is a true story. We were in the park watching some boys try to get a kite to fly. They were in too wooded an area. They needed to be in clearing so the wind could pick up

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