Positive

Ref. 100 Word Challenge For Grown Ups on the Julia’s Place blog.

 

Thinking positively made me a positivist like my father. As a leading Logical Positivist he was an inspiration for Mr Spock and many professors, although hated by philosophy students as they struggle to understand his beliefs, and mine too because I have added my own innovations to his.

They long to associate positive with cheerfulness and optimism, rather than a dry and dusty set of pronouncements that are so difficult to get their heads around that by the end of it they are dreading the exams- which is pretty negative.

 

 

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Honeycomb

Honeycomb: gold, crumbly, crunchy,

Powdered ochre hexagons.

Is this my beehive?

I came here on a bus.

This is a change!

Lost in a maze of nectar cells,

Where’s the terminus?

Looking for the hardstanding.

All I see is waxy caves

Forming golden honeyed walls,

Two rows of honeycomb home.