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The first Labor Day in the United States was observed on September 5, 1882, by the Central Labor Union of New York. It became a federal holiday in 1894.

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Tags: American workforce, end of summer, federal holidays, haiku, poetry

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nonconformist child

ostracized for wearing white

after labor day


hard labor for sure

knowing not where it has been

I smell no finger


living at the beach

locals celebrate the day

"bye, out-of-towners!"

reminisce with friends

drink more than enough vino

call it a good time

they say Labor Day

is glorious holiday

kids go back to school


they would have called it

Independence Day for sure

but name was taken


from a quote by Bill Todds

labor and work you jest

a guilty pleasure is art

I only draw "lines"

Hahahahaha...everyone have a great, safe, and fun long weekend!
and everyone is commenting on that concentric hair   right?

there's room at the top

they are telling us still ......

working class hero


a job large or small
do it well or not at all...
american way

grilling hamburgers
mind on work not partying
puritan mindset

I honor of Labor Day.
I work every Labor Day.




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