And Now for Something Completely Different —

Tyger, tyger, burning bright

In the forests of the night —

hasn’t come in aid of reminding you about William Blake’s famous “Song of Experience.” He’s come to call your attention to a post about tigers on Touch2Touch. Oh, the post is also about fear — and failure — and success —

I hope you’ll click on the link to T2T and take a look.

(Photo’s not mine, and not exactly eye candy, either — although decorative enough in its tiger-ish way!)

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2 Responses to And Now for Something Completely Different —

  1. pauline says:

    I think I’m afraid of tigers… well, their teeth, anyhow. And their claws. But that’s all. Well, maybe their strong legs. And their speed. But that’s all…

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