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This poem reminds me of something that I once read that General Douglas
McArthur said, and that was that most military battles are lost all over
two words: "Too late!" There's a time that things must be done, and there
comes a time when it is too late. I am a lawyer, and I live in fear of
those two words: Too late! See the movie THE VERDICT, starring (I've
forgotten his name: is it Paul Newman?) Yeah, that's it: Paul Newman.
Well, it is a great movie, and it tells the story of a lawyer who said just
that: there comes a time when it is too late to get ready for trial. I
live with that movie and that thought on my mind, and it is agonizing at
times. Too late! Beware!


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Poet: Charles Bukowski
Poem: Oh Yes
Added: Feb 20 2003
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Poem of the Day: Jun 18 2005

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