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The Antivenom for Trumpian Times
Generally, I score optimistic on the life-outlook meter. But after three years of the orange madman helming our mothership, it’s hard to whip up even a soupcon of positivity. As we whirl around the sun at Trumpian whim, anything seems … Continue reading
Posted in Great Lessons, Language, Politics Tagged Elizabeth Alexander, Emily Dickenson, Gunga Din, Mary Oliver, Maya Angelou, poems, poetry, Robert Frost, Robert Service, Robin Cravey, Rudyard Kipling, Tupac, Walt Whitman 6 Comments