Dust if you must – N’er a truer word spoken!

Dust if you mustThe poem above is floating around Fbook at the moment and it makes me smile. Like seriously smile! I wish everyone in the world would take heed, cherish the simple things in life, let go of worry and live their lives.

I Google searched, the author is Rose Milligan and it was first published in 1998.



About misselletea

30 year old female who's interested in all sorts, but not very good at most. I love life, love, colour, friends... and I love being.
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6 Responses to Dust if you must – N’er a truer word spoken!

  1. misselletea says:

    P.S I do dust and tidy up! Only when I really HAVE to, when the clutter starts affecting my mood 🙂

  2. I’m anti dusting, I’ll put it off until I have no excuse. Then I make one.

  3. Ray's Mom says:

    Reblogged this on JUSTICE FOR RAYMOND and commented:
    A wonderful poem to end the work week.

  4. Bbots says:

    Oh how I wish I could forget dusting(and all other housework) to go have fun.. BUT I learned the hard way that bad things happen when you play hookie from your responsibilities too long! Thanks for sharing this here. I have not seen it on Facebook yet.

  5. lvsrao says:

    Beautiful Poem.
    In this sense error may have it’s usefulness..

  6. Pingback: My gap year, a journey towards enlightenment | Truer words were never written.

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