We Shall See
"Swan song" is a metaphorical phrase for a final gesture, effort, or performance given just before death or retirement. The phrase refers to an ancient belief that swans sing a beautiful song in the moment just before death, having been silent (or alternatively, not so musical) during most of their lifetime. This belief, whose basis in actuality is long-debated, had become proverbial in Ancient Greece by the 3rd century BC, and was reiterated many times in later Western poetry and art.
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SOURCE: KMOV CHANNEL 4, SAINT LOUIS
We haven’t had Winter this year.
Wondering if the forecast is Winter’s Swan Song in our neck of the woods. We are in the 3” to 7” mainly snow vicinity.
It’s officially still Winter for another month. We’ve seen bad ice storms the last of March and heavy snow at the end of April. This is Missouri, the weather varies by the minute.
That’s enough weather talk.