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The state of things …

Posted on Sunday, June 8th, 2008 under Life Writings | No comments

It’s two in the morning,
she didn’t wait up.
I’d rather be sleeping,
but instead I’ll be tough.

I am so very tired,
feeling entirely mired.
Not really be life or things gone wrong,
but mainly as one with cheek to tongue.

I’ll think I should go code now,
design something pretty.
This has just been a brief intermission,
a “time-is-passing” ditty.

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