Tag Archives: Optimism
Thought For the Day: Though We Have Nothing Left To Give Away, Let’s Not Forget It’s St. Nicholas Day!
“Once again St. Nicholas Day Has even come to our hideaway; It won’t be quite as fun, I fear, As the happy day we had last year. Then we were hopeful, no reason to doubt That optimism would win the … Continue reading
Continuing in my series pertinent to things going on with my health, the influences of someone proving to be very special to me and my advocation of the integration of more traditional medical perspectives into the Western Medicine I have … Continue reading
Out there in the Hundred Acre Woods, there are a lot of tales to be told. Some happy and filled with joy. Some are bittersweet such as the feelings that come at childhood’s end… The Very Best of Something by … Continue reading
I have been reading through a series of works by Yuval Noah Harai that seems topical and a historian’s blend of philosophy and history projecting into humanity’s future. It’s been challenging and is spawning a few poems that are often … Continue reading
It’s so easy to believe these are the bad ole days as modern day snake oil salesmen tell us of how horrible things are and that they’re bound to get worse. But is that true? Or, is the doom … Continue reading
Tonight’s short poetry workshop combined the genre’s of cowboy poetry and film noir. I went into it unaware we weren’t supposed to combine both.. soooo.. I did just that anyhow. A Western Noir by Michael Romani I was riding through … Continue reading