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posted by Bill | 10:46 AM
There's always tomorrow.Adelaide
We all leave things undone...
Ah, Adelaide, but tomorrow will be shorter than today.Thanks, Frank. Good to know I'm not alone.In fact, I got this from the Book of Common Prayer: "what I have done and what I have left undone." It seemed to me an appropriate autumnal theme, especially, with its balanced construction (which, of course, is presented here in a truncated, and therefore unbalanced form), for the equinox. I hope it works for readers who don't catch the allusion.
Yes, an appropriate and interesting automnal theme.
still some things to be done; pretty sure of that; nice introspective moodmuch love...
Thank you, Daniele and Gillena.
Ce haïku me rappelle ce bon vieux conseil de la tribu des procrastinateurs à laquelle j'appartiens : Pourquoi faire aujourd'huiquelque chose qu'on peut remettreà demain ?;-)
Ah, Monika, I've lived by that advice for eighty years, and, I must confess, things are beginning to pile up.
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