Zsa Zsa (zsa_zsav) wrote,
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Only a few weeks until the end of the semester, and then only a single semester until graduation. And I don't have a clue what I will do, or where I will stay, or who I will stay with. There are multiple options, some more desirable than others. Cardboard-box under the Hawthorne bridge vs. studio apartment in New York (not that I would ever go to New York). You see my dilemma.

Basically I still have my entire life before me (but if you think about it, I always have every day since I was born) so really nothing should be different. What to do, what to do. I have no clue.

That rhymes...and now I begin to ramble because really I am procrastinating & wasting time on the internet before I leap off to aerobics in less than an hour. There isn't anything productive I can seriously get finished in that amount of time. But later I will be immersed in poetry poetry and more poetry.

What is everyone's favorite poem? I need to memorize a poem and recite it aloud in class, and I don't know which one to choose...any opinions?

(that is if anyone actually reads this anymore, seeing as I don't regularly update, although I do read comments daily)

I'll probably avoid Shel Silverstien.
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I'd suggest Emerson or Langston Hughes. Those are current favorites. And you can live with me! I've got no place to go (except, of course, back to my parents) either. ;-) Hope your week is ending better than mine! :-P
If nothing else, you'll have friends rooting for you! And you won't end up in a cardboard box under the Hawthorne [or Burnside!] bridge. Unless you want to, in which case we can't stop you...but there would be protests!

Favorite poems...hm... I'm partial to Jabberwocky. And "Pity this monster man-unkind." At least I think that's the title by e e cummings.

Oh, and thanks for the fabulous early risers with a smile. =) They make my mornings.

ah...e.e. cummings. I forgot all about him. I like his stuff, so maybe I'll look into something by him. Very good idea

I think I have perfected serving early risers in the morning...yum!