11.29.2015

Spinning

Ear
   plugs
might help
  to avoid
permanently lost
  auditory functioning
from the never-ending concert
     of bad news cycle


#29 of 30 Poems in November to benefit Center for New Americans!

10 comments:

  1. There is no escape from bad news... Just seems to flood the air waves, one thing after the other.

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  2. Mom Nature's eons old adage, "Hear no evil, speak no evil."
    You are holding against that, firmly. Bless your thirty day, and now plus, poetic stumping for your cause.
    ..

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  3. of course!!!
    have a lovely Tuesday

    much love...

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  4. Ha...many of us, upon reaching a certain age, have developed partial hearing loss due to being in the first row at too many concerts. (Luckily, mine is still pretty good.) Here, I can see where hearing loss would actually be an advantage in avoiding the "never ending concert of bad news." Very nice.

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  5. Ha...many of us, upon reaching a certain age, have developed partial hearing loss due to being in the first row at too many concerts. (Luckily, mine is still pretty good.) Here, I can see where hearing loss would actually be an advantage in avoiding the "never ending concert of bad news." Very nice.

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  6. Too many bad news.. Just heard that the number of malaria cases has been halved in the last 10 years... There are good news but you have to search for them.

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  7. I agree - that's a problem with so many different news sources: endless news. Well captured, your frustration.

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  8. The off button works well, too. It's hard to function in a condition of constant sensory overload.

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  9. Love this, doubt anything will help! Smiles.

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