Bongo Living by Murray Lachlan Young

Bongo living

When one looks at life’s great tapestry
And balks at its immensity
Insanity and vanity
And shocking inhumanity
Knavery and slavery
And corporate mendacity
And find ones self along the path to full exasperacity

But No!

One must stop! And draw back from the brink
One must neither feel helpless or hapless or glum
For when markets go crashing and governments slashing
There’s nothing
No nothing
No honestly nothing
Nothing that can beat a little bongo drum
Nothing that can beat a little bongo drum

Tippy tappy tip tap tip tap tap

To read the full poem click here

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Photo shows Richard Feynman, theoretical physicist, author and Bongo player.   Find his work here

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