Good Grief! Optimists With Healthy Outlook on Life Destroy Bleak Poem by Making it Positive

Courtesy of The Daily News

Power pessimists that we are (though we prefer “realists”), we’re big fans of the morose poem in the tunnel connecting Port Authority to the Times Square subway station. It’s discrete, so if you’re one of those “hopeful” people, you don’t have to look. In its entirety, the poem, written by Norman Colp, reads:

“Overslept, so tired, if late, get fired. Why bother? Why the pain? Just go home, do it again.” Read More