At some point in the future,
I would have laboured ev’ry day –
I would have gone to work and back,
Is what I would will say.
But further in the future,
I would have been retired by then
(But not yet will have go to God),
And I can would be looking back
And I will wondered yet agen
At how such phrases once will sounded odd.
The Future Habitual aspect is a clause of speech that linguists insist does not exist.
2 thoughts on “Future Habitual”
I like the determination to challenge the rules and expectations of grammar here. Nice experiment.
Thanks ! Always good to meet a fellow language nerd, considering how grammar-based poetry is pretty niche.
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