weeks before Christmas, when all through the land
and producers were wringing their hands.
The mics were
connected to computers with care
In hopes that
paying jobs would soon fill dead air.
talents were trained and looking for leads
With high dollar
amounts to fill all their needs.
closes for another year
But some said
the good jobs are no longer here.
When on the TV
we kept hearing such clatter
newspeople and those who don’t matter
folks declared a recession
I hastened to
write this poem and confession.
I don’t watch
the newscasts or read the headlines
I know less of
the world, but that’s just fine.
Instead, I think
good thoughts and make them come true
Hey, it works
for me, and it can work for you!
naysayers and their words of gloom
You’re in charge
of your thoughts, so why think of doom?
Think of what
you want as if it’s already true
Then take action
on the ideas that come to you.
Now blog! Now create your podcast!
On with writing
and speaking for impressions that last!
To the cyber
world! To the events in your town!
your work, and your career won’t slow down!”
If you only
think of money you wish you had
The focus on the
LACK of the thing will be bad.
want in your reality
Must first be
visualized in your mind, you see.
Of course, voice-over
is just one part of life
Be thankful for
your blessings and forget the strife
Let your loved
ones know that you hold them dear
Have a magical
holiday season and happy new year!
Photo: Denise Torres, iStockPhoto.com
Mary McKitrick says
Karen – brava!
Not only do you write wise words, you make them rhyme! May all your visions of sugarplums become real.
Happy holidays to you and your family –
Kara Edwards says
SO great! Thank you for the smile this morning 🙂
Mary and Kara,
I’m glad you liked my yuletide views
I like to send you good tidings and news.
I won’t say I’m wise or wrote words to keep
This poem is what you get when I can’t go to sleep!
Thanks for stopping by the blog, and best wishes for a joyful holiday season for you and your families!