Carpe Diem by Robert Frost
Age saw two quiet children Go loving by at twilight, He knew not whether homeward, Or outward from the village, Or (chimes were ringing) churchward, He waited (they were strangers) Till they were out of hearing To bid them both be happy. “Be happy, happy, happy, And seize the day of pleasure.” The age-long theme is Age’s. ‘Twas Age imposed on poems Their gather-roses burden...
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running and jumping.
I want to jump… Into the familiar environment where my mistakes blend and dissipate into the atmosphere. Into the arms of those who love every single one of my flaws. Into laughter. Into security. Running into problems lately. Mistakes and problems I’m not used to making. AHhh. Running into the problem I hate the most — disappointing others. Annoyed at myself. Sigh.