The More Things Change: a poem in eight syllables

New year.
New blog.
New me?
We’ll see.

6 Responses to “The More Things Change: a poem in eight syllables”

  1. Carol says:

    Well, I realize you didn’t say that there was anything requiring change about the old you, but ,no matter how eager we are for January 20 to arrive, change for change’s sake is a waste of timed (and a good excuse to avoid getting a haircut).

  2. dmc says:

    Is there anyone in the world who couldn’t be improved in some way? “Somewhat improved me in certain specific ways” wouldn’t have scanned properly, so I had to settle for the less precise “new.” I’m with you on change for change’s sake (and on January 20, of course).

  3. Eric says:

    With all necessary disclaimers and irony about change and the revolution and creative destruction of cell phones and so on, and with love for the old you, best wishes for a new you. (Nu?)

  4. wordnerd says:

    You can’t change what we love. The rest is up to you. Happy New Blog…

  5. ruth gutmann says:

    Congrats. I loved the poem. I use Mozilla 5 as a browser, and the later photos, church ads and cell phones were visibly. I have to check the first ones to see whether they grew.

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