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Poem 4 - #AndSoToBed

The day is long, and I am tired
This often seems to be the case
No matter what each day required

If this were a job, I'd be fired
There's no energy to give chase
The day is long, and I am tired

I wish that I could be rewired
So that I could always keep pace
No matter what each day required

But sadly, now my brain is fried,
It all just seems a murky haze
The day is long, and I am tired

A great to-do list keeps me mired
In thoughts that run around in place
No matter what each day required

One day abed just sounds inspired
To help this laziness erase

Tomorrow Night - The First #DNchat!

The Digital Novelists gang has come up with something new and fun - #DNchat!

For those who don't know - a #chat is a way for folks with a common interest to have a chat on Twitter. You put the chat name - #DNchat - with the # in front in your search engine and find the conversation. Then you put #DNchat in any tweets you responded with to make sure you are in the conversation, too.

I'm really excited! It's a 8pm Pacific Time, Thursday - which is 3am GMT, Friday.

Hope to 'see' some of you folks there!

- April

The Reading List Grows

In addition to the book on Cicero book I found at the library, I also managed to find Sicily: Three Thousand Years of Human History on and when I checked at my local library - they had it! So now I have an actual Sicilian history book to read!


Latest update: The Shadows of Sicily | Chapter 18: Decentius Uncovers a Mystery - Part 4

GURD 2108 | Bit 11

Poetry | NaPoWriMo 2014 - Poem 29 - Done?

Teaser for this week:
I decided to take it as a compliment, it would help keep me from beating Antonius where he stood.

Discuss the teaser


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