In Transit (Poem from June 18, 2011)

Share Button

In Transit

Welcome to the future I
Just left for it yesterday
Long scrabbling, straggling scroll down Life’s hallway

How is it we know so little past the sands of Egypt?
If we’re so advanced, how come we can’t build
The Great Pyramid again even if we wanted to?

From Babel, we babble in scores
Of lashing, clashing tongues
Missing the canopy of watery heavens

Much as India is, with too many wild monkeys
In our midst – playing at being people
Not enough vimanas to go around for The Great Escape.

Joe Wooldridge
June 18, 2011 at 3:17am

Share Button

A Blog (finally)

Share Button

Wow, well I finally took the time to put up my own blog.  It is sure to be an adventure, sharing thoughts with you, dear reader.

More To Come . . . . .

Joe

Share Button

The world as I see it, from Austin, TX to Kansas City