For today's prompt, write a time of day poem. In fact, make the title of your poem the time of day. For instance, "5:54 a.m.," 2:23 p.m.," "Midnight," etc. Then, write your poem. Of course, different things happen at different times of day. So have fun with it.
Whereas X equals sleep time,
and Y equals time the baby was awake,
X minus Y equals reality.
Whereas A equals time spent getting ready,
and B equals time until I must leave,
B minus A equals reality.
Whereas M equals miles to work,
and N equals the speed limit
(N plus ten) divided by M equals reality.
I do these equations every day,
but one I still can't solve:
Y is reality always such a B?