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COUTHIE
 
(Acrostic)

consider kindly what you do today
oracles cannot be relied on to say
useless is the fortune cookie
time is no keeper of deeds
highlight what you consider
in your mind’s eye agreeable with a higher
estimation of your hoped-for forward progress

-January 6, 2013

couthie \KOO-thee\ , adjective: Agreeable; genial; kindly.

Couthie stems from the Old English word cūth, originally meaning 'to know.' It arose in the 1700s in Scotland in the sense of 'agreeable.'

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By Bengieske

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