Snowfallen

Up, it being very cold and a great snow and frost tonight. To the office, and there all the morning. At noon dined at home, troubled at my wife’s being simply angry with Jane, our cook mayde (a good servant, though perhaps hath faults and is cunning), and given her warning to be gone. So to the office again, where we sat late, and then I to my office, and there very late doing business. Home to supper and to the office again, and then late home to bed.

a great snow
the angry cook is given
warning again


Erasure haiku derived from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Thursday 5 January 1665.

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