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7 thoughts on “COMMENTS

  1. Thought you would like th entire poem – Today is that tomorrow you feared so yesterday..
    I found this in an old scrap book – no author Titled “Worry” – but a book collected by Kathryn MacLeod – is 1924.
    Today is that tomorrow, you feared so yesterday
    And it cares you tried to borrow, you find have slipped away.

    Remember how you fretted, At things that might befall ?
    And what was it you netted? You aged yourself – that’s all.

    We have enough of trouble, from which we cannot flee,
    So let’s not make it double, thru cares we think we see.

    Let’s not in fear be sinking – be brave and don’t be glum,
    But sweeten life by thinking, of cares that will not come.


    1. Unfortunately, I forgot to include the web site where I found this picture back in 2011. I just finished searching Google. It appears the web site is no longer available. It is a great photo.



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