next year.


“for last year’s words belong to last year’s language,

and next year’s words await another voice.”

-t.s. eliot




art credit: from children’s book, ‘the whisper’ written and illustrated by pamela zagarenski



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  1. “Another Year Out Of Tune”

    Two thousand and twentyone
    Dramatic events clouded the sun
    Damaging floods, the worst for a century
    But Mother-nature was not the enemy
    Again the foreign virus exploded
    And Earth’s atmosphere corroded
    Our lives were shrouded and uncrowded
    Covid even bloated and reloaded
    No country was immune
    And the World continues to spin out of tune

    Here in Aussie-land normality twirls in dizziness
    As we wait for next year’s unfinished business

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