Good Morning Monday.

It’s taken just seven days for you to return and the world is a changed place.

There has been a major bridge burn since the last time you were here.

The armies around the world continue to have a go at demolishing the fragile peace the civilised world longs for:

It really is getting too much to handle, it’s becoming a total blur.

News bulletins are becoming something you want to miss, hiding your head in the sand.

It is not going to go away, you know, if you believe differently you’re at nothing.

Let us hope that the person in charge steers well clear of that RED button.

(c)Chris Black.

~The Poet’s Poet~

Composed back in 2016, published in my book of poetry and short stories Same Train, Different Track.

I was reminded of it earlier this evening by a blog post from Fransi Weinstein – 365 and Counting. If you are not familiar with her weekly post do check it out always interesting.

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14 thoughts on “Good Morning Monday.

      1. Thank you Elaine Patricia yes it was most relaxing and to top it all we arrived back to extended sunshine so hopefully the batteries will be fully charged come winter!!!

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      1. You are so kind Ivor, yes we had a great time Spain is a beautiful country. It was great to leave all technology behind for an extended period did not turn on tv or buy a newspaper got a fair bit of writing done without the distractions of the outside world.

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      2. The pen is mightier than the sword Ivor, continue to express those feelings. There are those of us born into the world to do just that and others to share positive thoughts. Chris.

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      3. Aaaah Yes Chris, I’ve been using my pen like a warriors sword lately, I felt I had to keep spreading my words that were swelling in my heart

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  1. Little did you know, Chris, when you wrote this back in 2016, that it would be a harbinger of things to come. Thanks so much for the shout out. Much appreciated. I wish a post of mine could have been a reminder of happier times.

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