It can only get better or can it..

Post prompted by the dreadful plight of unwanted migrants and

the destruction of lives,  homes and heritage by barbarians.

We are all stimulated to be optimistic in our outlook,

rightly or wrongly, ‘it can only get better they say’

hiding the fear within themselves that it may not

Let us hope, ‘they’ are right and that indeed:

It can only get better.

Stanly Tobacco Warehouse , Liverpool docks.

Stanly Tobacco Warehouse , Liverpool docks, UK.


7 thoughts on “It can only get better or can it..

  1. Is this a hopefully post – or is is just bleak. You leave it to the reader and viewer to decide, but also leave us with a uncomfortable feeling and a mind not quite at ease. The photo of course enhances this feeling. A thought provoking post – and excellent as such.

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  2. This is a serious post, my friend. Your picture goes with your words but, in a way, it is the least serious thing here, even though it be apocalypitic. “Barbarians” is certainly right. And “We are all stimulated to be optimistic in our outlook” – somewhere I read of today’s folk, in the UK at least, as being the “laughing generation”. It is unfashionable to be otherwise but, I have to say, it is difficult to see any favourable – to all sides – outcome to the migrant issue. A

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