THE ETERNAL OPTIMIST

Glass half empty is not in his thinking,
For thinking of what is lost to us, is a lost cause.
He pauses to reassess, and the best case scenario
Is a lot less scary with his thoughts facing forward.
He is a stalwart staring his fears down and frown-
Ing at they who lament the hole they’re in.
He begins each day accepting that he is loved.
He knows that all the morning brings will
Have him singing by the end of day. And to say
There’s not enough in his glass would decry
His lack of class and decorum. Life bores him to tears.
But here, the glass is ALL WAYS filled to the brim.
Someone just decided to use too big of a glass!

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