The Bear Days Of Winter

Brrrry Christmas.

Looking back, I realize I started hibernating right after the election.  You lost.  We all lost.

Like a grizzly bear so huge it keeps fighting even while bleeding to death, America may be mortally wounded.  I hope its not that bad.  I’ll continue to hope.  And pray.  Although praying may be a little more difficult in the new administration.

I told my adult children, all in their 40’s, all liberals as I grew them up to be, that its their future and they’ll have to live in it.  I know its a harsh indictment.  Reeks of bitterness.  But I will be 70 years old this year; and its true.  The future belongs to the children.  The GOP was not able to make its case.  Long live the Dems.

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The days will start becoming longer.  Brighter. Warmer.  I’m getting restless.  I want to sleep late; avoid the cold wind.  But the creative juices still simmer and stew.  They always do.

I can hear myself starting this New Year at a pace once described by Ferde Grofe‘s ‘Grand Canyon Suite” as “a team of donkeys struggling along a narrow road, under a heavy load”.  Listen to the missteps.  A cold, lonely, high-desert road that Sisyphus took, walking backwards, downhill, in the dark.  Preparing for the “Cloudburst”

Waiting for the “Sunrise”.

Where’s Vivaldi in the “Spring” [click here] when we need him.

 

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