Saturday 2 February 2013

Carry On Tuesday # 191

This week our prompt is a quote from the 19th Century poet and politician Percy Bysshe Shelley

Fear not for the future
Weep not for the past

Use all or part of it within your poem or prose, and then leave the URL of your post with Mister Linky, and a comment would be appreciated!

To read a little about Shelley's famous book The Confessions of Max Tivoli, meet


  1. Stretching to old 'growth' muscle. Thank you, Keith. :-)

  2. it would be sacrilege top user anything but it all, so I did

  3. Sets the tone for how I'm feeling and dealing with life right now.

  4. I think I'm a bit late with this one:

    Let go the chains of custom
    in spontaneity.
    Fret not for tomorrow,
    take comfort in the now.