At the office all the morning. Then to the Wardrobe, and there coming late dined with the people below. Then up to my Lady, and staid two hours talking with her about her family business with great content and confidence in me. So calling at several places I went home, where my people are getting the house clean against to-morrow. I to the office and wrote several letters by post, and so home and to bed.

ice in the tent—
a lace where I lean
against the bed

Erasure haiku derived from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Saturday 29 March 1662.

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