. tried and sad .

should the bear be chipper, look to the good

that is not aparently there. bear the shame

and sadness bravely and never mind the politics.

should he take the postive diatribe in his stride,

or go back to bed?

leaving has made a terrible headache.

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apparently
əˈparəntli/
adverb
adverb: apparently

as far as one knows or can see.
“the child nodded, apparently content with the promise”
synonyms: seemingly, evidently, it seems (that), it would seem (that), it appears (that), it would appear (that), as far as one knows, by all accounts, so it seems

diatribe
ˈdʌɪətrʌɪb/
noun
noun: diatribe; plural noun: diatribes

a forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone or something.
“a diatribe against consumerism”
synonyms: tirade, harangue, verbal onslaught, verbal attack, stream of abuse, denunciation, broadside, fulmination, condemnation, criticism, stricture, reproof, reproval, reprimand, rebuke, admonishment, admonition;