21 hours ago
"It's life, that's all. There are no happy endings, just happy days, happy moments.” Jonathan Tropper, How to Talk to a Widower
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”
I wrote this poem last year during my writing course. Actually the original was longer, more awkward, technically challenged and downright pants.
As I am currently in an editing type of mood with my monstrous novel, I thought I’d air this poem in its edited glory just one more time.
No need to tell me not to give up my day job. Trust me this does not reek as the original did. It just sort of pongs a little. And that for me is progress.
Christopher Robin said you couldn't be called Tresspassers W, and the Piglet said yes, you could, because his grandfather was, and it was short for Tresspassers Will, which was a short for Tresspassers William. And his grandfather had two names in case he lost one- Tresspassers after an uncle, and William after a Tresspasser.