twenty-seventeen

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Always laugh

when you can.

It’s cheap medicine.

–          Lord Byron

 

A poem I wrote to end this year.

twenty-seventeen –

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It is another New Year’s Eve

It is another end to a year

Tomorrow is twenty-seventeen

And, I will have nothing to fear

 

For, there will be more days to come

And, there will be more days to go

Tomorrow is twenty-seventeen

But, one thing I tell you, I know

 

For the past, has proven me strong

Even when I felt I was weak

Tomorrow is twenty-seventeen

And, I have yet to reach my peak

 

My life is not over just yet

There is more to come, you will see

Tomorrow is twenty-seventeen

And soon, I will have no control of my pee

 

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47 thoughts on “twenty-seventeen

  1. I wish you all you wish for yourself, thank you for all your support since we have met, most of all thank you for your friendship. Take care and all the very best to you and yours, especially your loving Mum for 2017. All the best, Anna.

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    • Sarah, that was the point to this post, no matter the seriousness of matters, I still have my sense of humor and need to laugh every once in awhile. Thank you for reading and commenting on my posts, I appreciate your friendship and wish you all the best in 2017. 🙂

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  2. Haha, laughter really is the best medicine. I had a week of laughter with my family which helped me over the wobble I had on Monday. Thank you for the smiles and support, have a lovely evening and we’ll continue this in the New Year! 😄🙌🏻

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    • Smiles are good – so glad you have one and enjoyed this post. I look forward to continuing the journey in 2017 and wish also the very best for you Lynne. I cannot say it enough, I appreciate you very much. 🙂

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