Parched

Up, and by water to White Hall. There met with Mr. May, who was giving directions about making a close way for people to go dry from the gate up into the House, to prevent their going through the galleries; which will be very good. I staid and talked with him about the state of the King’s Offices in general, and how ill he is served, and do still find him an excellent person, and so back to the office. So close at my office all the afternoon till evening, and then out with my wife to the New Exchange, and so back again.

water me
I may go dry
without sin

how do I find
a person to lose
my ice with

Erasure poem derived from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Thursday 30 July 1668

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