these lines, written by whim

unlikely rhymes of vigour and vim

just empty thoughts from just another mind

idle words to pass the time

between now and closing hour.

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  1. Ellie Thompson
    21/10/2010 at 7:16 pm

    Very interesting material, once more. I was wondering whether the use of “just” twice in the third line beared a particular significance?

    • Tim
      21/10/2010 at 10:02 pm

      well i didn’t put it there for a specific reason, but i suppose meaning could be attached to it. i’ve always wondered how much we analyze work and see things in it the author never intended…what if some of the greatest writers were just writing for a living?

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