A Positive Attitude Prescribed - Poem by Ted Sheridan
I choose to maintain a positive attitude;
There were no earthquakes, volcanic eruptions
hurricanes or tornados within a five hundred mile
radius of my present location. Not one species
became extinct, Global warming cooled
as did the war in Iraq and much to my surprise
there were no further terrorist threats. I witnessed
no accidents or deaths either by design or invention
and I'd like to believe that everyone who did pass on
was forgiven by God and entered the Kingdom of Heaven.
Now if I could only remember where I put my medication....
2008 © T Sheridan
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