I’ll procrastinate tomorrow

We procrastinate every day
There is always so much to put off
Tasks can grow to fill time
Yet no one says ‘I’ll procrastinate tomorrow’

Knowing what can be done tomorrow is a useful skill
Not trying to do everything at once
Knowing that some tasks are urgent
Some can be delayed forever

Somehow it is difficult to know the difference
Sometimes things are lost in the difference
Not knowing what is worth keeping
Not knowing what is worth doing now

Perhaps the body needs a new position
A place more suited for the tasks at hand
Naming the tasks may not be enough
Perhaps it is also important to eliminate some

Life would be to long if everything were finished in a day
I can say, without doubt: “I’ll procrastinate tomorrow”

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