Optional, For Use On Longer Entries #13

O Fortune,
variable
as the moon,
always dost thou
wax and wane.
Detestable life,
first dost thou mistreat us,
and then, whimsically,
thou heedest our desires.
As the sun melts the ice,
so dost thou dissolve
both poverty and power.

This was featured on Dancing with the Stars this evening.  I haven’t heard it in so long; it just brought back a flood of memories from my early college days at University of Arizona.  I never knew what the lyrics were to the song that used to make us all crazy.  Now that I understand what the song is actually about, I think it fits well.  I miss all those guys I used to party with.  I wonder what you’re all up to now.  Hope you’re doing well.

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