I can't decide! Every poem or no poem? To decide, perchance to forget? Whether 'tis nobler in mind to read them all, the poems and sonnets of outrageous authorship, or to make decisions against a sea of poems and by deciding, leave them.
There were a few poems that I decided not to read all the way through because they were about war or disasters or numbers. But there was one in particular that I decided not to, um, recite after having read it about five times.
Hmm. That's hard to say. Can a poem be read more than once, or does it lose its flavor? How many readings does it take to get to the tootsie-roll center? And, having read the poem once, is it much too late to ever decide not to read the poem?
Well, I'm new at this, but wouldn't you have to forget not to decide not to read a completely different Wisława Szymborska poem next weekend, seeing as how you've already read this particular Wisława Szymborska poem?