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History Repeats Itself

The time which is gone never came back, with each second each minute each hour life moves forward but the happenings in the past can do repeat itself.We can relate happenings with the memories or the moments whether they are good or bad it depends but a time came when it repeats whether we want or not.Usually when the happenings are good we don’t complain but what with the happenings which are the one, which took a lot of time to vanish from a person’s mind.What if it repeats ? 48 more words


History Repeats, And Repeats, And Repeats…

From Alhambra Investment Partners, by Jeffrey P. Snider

So how does it end? It’s the only question that matters, more so perhaps than asking when this “end” might occur. 2,098 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

TOTP 1982 BBC Four Repeats - Glittering Prize

Our bhoys will be back on Top Of The Pops from 1982 on the BBC Four repeat that’ll be aired next Friday November 25th (Acoustic vinyl release date – coincidentally!). 64 more words

Simple Minds

History Repeats Itself

Recently iv’e been reading through a psychology book entitled 33 Strategies of War.
I find it so interesting that we can predict the reactions of people by looking at the past. 659 more words


Experimental Poetry Form: Four blocks

This experimental poetry form includes the elements of layout on the page, line count, word count and repeats.

The form consists of four blocks.  They are laid out as follows: 257 more words


Are you a feminist employer?

History repeats itself, everything goes in cycles, and ‘feminist’ is once again a highly unfashionable word. Not that it was ever that popular (in some circles it will always be an insult) but somehow, in 2016, it’s become an insult and a label that people are keen to distance themselves from. 55 more words

Post Series: Poems with Explanations: Perseverance

Pound, pound, pound, pound,
hammers swing against the posts,
pound, pound, pound, pound,
the concrete shakes as it all moves.

Falling, falling,
a stumble goes, 920 more words