Summer 2002 • Vol. XXIV No. 3/4 PoetryJuly 1, 2002 |

Pieces of Eight

So often treasure is tiny coins sayings with a petit range hardly worth recording. Break down a big task into bits like food chewed slowly. Be constant to a tiny timetable no one else will notice you're achieving. Or: every little bit counts: the single weed lifted as you walk.

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