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Carpe Diem Postcard

Calm Gallery

The phrase "carpe diem," usually translated as "seize the day," is widely attributed to the poet Horace (65 BC – 8 BC) and means, literally, "Pluck the day, put no trust in the future." We think an ancient call to make the most of each day is a pretty timeless message. <br /><br /> Single postcard<br /> Thick recycled stock<br /> 4 x 5.75"<br /><br />



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