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Don’t Let What’s Passed Keep You Cemented in Chagrin

A haiku using #condemn and #nourish

Photo by Steven Lasry on Unsplash

When I was young, I didn’t worry about time. It felt uber long and there was this expansive feeling of forever which with it came that inherent sense of invincibility. There was also, however, no firm plan either, not insofar as what I wish I knew now then. Yes, so cliché — it’s…




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