Old Is New

In the history
of creativity
down through the centuries
we can now conclude
nothing is new anymore

All that is done today
has been done
by somebody
somewhere before

Words blurred
and eventually erased
over time
resurface in the mind
of new generations

Run through
the hype machine
as the next big thing

but if you Google
your search history
you will see
today’s masterpiece
is a shiny refurbished toy
with a fresh coat of paint



About @stgreenie

I am my own best friend because I do so enjoy my company

5 responses to “Old Is New”

  1. syl65 says :

    Tip of the hat to you, I totally agree.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Christy Birmingham says :

    Ah yes, and I think if I recall correctly Gaga doesn’t like being told she’s a new version of Madonna… Oh those celebs hehe 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful Xmas!

    Liked by 1 person

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