A Haiku - Procrastination

Time flies, today will soon be gone forever.

Are you keeping up with today's priorities?
Are you keeping up with today's priorities? | Source

A Haiku - Procrastination


Someone once said that

"He who hesitates is lost,

Ponder and perform."


But someone else said,

"Beware of hasty choices,

For thus, 'Haste makes waste.'"


Tomorrow is full.

No room for leftover stuff,

Such as yesterday's.





Even meditation can be done while walking!

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peachpurple 24 months ago from Home Sweet Home

True time passed very fast and you can't turn back the clock


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Perspycacious 24 months ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

peachpurple - There is another saying that might have been framed here, namely "Too soon old, and too late smart."

Setting daily priorities and acting on them is the best cure for procrastination

Thanks for not procrastinating reading this one. ; - )


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Besarien 22 months ago

Too late smart is still better than never though. I'm hanging on to that hope!

I like the last stanza a lot.


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Perspycacious 18 months ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

Besarien - Good thought all right. How is your Priority List coming along today?

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