I like it! And it reminds me of something a favorite of mine once said (Amy Carmichael). This is 'my' paraphrase of her words.Opportunities come to us on little cat's feet and when they are gone, they are irretrievably lost.An important reminder for those who are 'pro'crastinators.
I love it! Welcome to the 'blogosphere'. I hope you enjoy writing here.
Froggyaunt - a great quote about procrastination is, "The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese."
I don't like it. It's dull. I prefer John Donne, Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen or William Blake. Or Shakespeare.
Thanks for your opinion, but I don't think it's dull at all. It's simple and beautiful and perfectly describes how fog creeps up on the morning. And William Blake isn't boring? "Little Lamb, Little Lamb, who made thee, dost thou know who made thee?" Snooze.
Oh nobody counts the 'songs of innocence'. They ARE dull. Try Songs of Experience or Jerusalem.
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