These are my musings and observations on my daily life, loves and the laughter that are all a part of my experience of living now in the shires of England.
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Final Curve - Poetry by Langston Hughes
When you turn the corner
And you run into yourself
Then you know that you have turned
All the corners that are left.
Langston Hughes (From his collection - Life is Fine)
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