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A Case for Night Owls

late starts aren't necessarily bad

By R.C. TaylorPublished about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
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A Case for Night Owls
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"The early bird catches the worm", as told by fate

but the clever worm is one who sleeps late.

The early birds often go hungry before giving up

not realizing that it's the late bird who catches the worm on the cusp

of coming out, thinking that from the early bird, they're finally safe.

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R.C. Taylor

Part-time daydreamer. Full-time dork.

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  • Gina C.about a year ago

    Thought-provoking and wonderfully constructed! Well done!

  • Gina C.about a year ago

    Thought-provoking and wonderfully constructed! Well done!

  • Cathy holmesabout a year ago

    Good one. Well done.

  • This limerick offers a fresh take on the classic adage "The early bird catches the worm." It brings in the perspective of the worm, and how the "clever" ones might wait until the early birds have given up before emerging.

  • Donna Reneeabout a year ago

    Ooh interesting thoughts in here!!

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