This glass at half capacity

Under certain perspectives

everyday life looks tragic and dull

like watching a mime with no arms.

Yet with a bit of healthy detachment

and noticing little things

perhaps a powerful breeze

it can be beautiful, rich and quite often hilarious,

like watching a mime with no arms.

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51 thoughts on “This glass at half capacity

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  3. Fantastic. I was doing a stand up comedy competition a while back and did a joke about armless mimes. I was jumping around the stage with my arms tucked behind my back. Just crickets in the audience. The host said to me as I came of stage, “I guess the world just isn’t ready for armless mime jokes.”

  4. And THIS is the very reason I love to read your posts. I also love that I thought it funny and beautiful at the same time. Another reason I read your posts.

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  6. Amazing how the way something is presented can affect so greatly how that thing is perceived. A mime with no arms can be depressing…. or hilarious… depending on the context. I’m really enjoying reading your entries.

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