Polly

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Repetition

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Move away from the waste paper bin.
Move away from the waste paper bin.
Little dogs mustn’t go in the waste paper bin.
Little dogs mustn’t go in the waste paper bin.
I know it’s fun, all that crinkly paper.
I know it’s fun, all that crinkly paper.
Move away from the waste paper bin.
Repetition becomes tedious.
I am patient.
I am patient.

Polly Stretton © 2016

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14 thoughts on “Repetition

  1. Ha, it does indeed grow tedious. Even with teenagers I find myself having to repeat myself. A lot.

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  2. This might now be your intent, but it was a reminder to me that I need to stay away from the paper bin, too. Once I started to recycle paper, I realized that I would print e-mails and articles, many of them that I would never really read again. So I am staying away from the paper bin too. Love stopping by…

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  3. A friend, keen on recycling, reuses computer paper ie prints on the back of defunct pages, which is OK if one remembers to cross through the redundant print, otherwise it’s most confusing (!) I applaud the effort – and do it when I can. As you say, it’s only when you do this sort of thing that you realise how much is printed unnecessarily. Staying away from the paper bin is a good plan, ‘eh, Rebecca? 😀

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  4. Sounds like you are trying with a ‘dogged persistence’.

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  5. We see you are putting your time to good use… 😉 Puppy training poetry, who would have thought? Consistency is key. 🙂

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