29 Jun 2014

Poem of the Week: The Summer Days

Hello blog followers! (If you happen to exist, that is:)

I have been delayed in making this post due to an unfortunate little problem with our car—it not starting up. We had apparently drained the battery very thoroughly after the key was accidentally left in the ignition. Safe to say, it was a bit of an unnecessary shock; and more importantly, it took 3 hours to:

  1. get a neighbour to come in (no success—our leads are 10 years old and no longer functional); and
  2. wait for the RAC man to come so that
  3. the battery could be recharged.

So this post is late in coming. I hope you understand. I also hope you won’t run after me screaming ‘Bad blogger! Immolation by Internet fire!’ when I say that the textual analysis shall come tomorrow. You won’t kill me in my sleep, right? Right?

Anyway, here is the poem. It’s called the Summer Days; but you knew that already, didn’t you?

PS: In my biased opinion, I think it’s a great poem. Tell me if you agree.

Read and Download on Google Drive

PPS: ‘FOSS’ stands for ‘free and open source software’; more on that tomorrow.

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