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michele

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The passage of time is amazing and horrifying at the same time.  




From a personal standpoint, it's horrifying, I could do without the amazing. I've had ENOUGH passing of time! STOP!
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I have to clean today.... Why is this poem crossing my path now? Is it because poems lead a life of their own. Do they know what is going on. Does this particular poem know I always postpone cleaning....

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That's a great poem! I do love my house being clean but there are always things I'd rather be doing than cleaning. One day I will have a cleaning service to take care of it so I can spend my hours leading the life of my choice (in my dreams.) 
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Don’t worry about your house always being clean. Spend time with your sweet family....that’s the important thing!
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What a great poem. I don't worry about my house always being clean lol. I could worry a little more . . . but it's not bad. It's just that . . . there are so many other things to do.

I like your message too, Janie. 
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