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New year: Why does the first day of the new year always seem so empty
Posted by du courage, Jan 1, 2015. 690 views. ID = 6876

New year

Posted by du courage, Jan 1, 2015. 690 views. ID = 6876
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After the fireworks on New years eve, the first day of the year always feels like a kind of anticlimax, nothing happening but a poem that wants out.
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New year's first day
is like nobody's land
between yesteryear
and some future event

the first page of a book
with a plot still unclear
the writer unknowing
of what might appear

New year's first day
is still empty and white
nothing to remember it by
but yesterday's night

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