Aldo Kraas

(July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

Many Generations


Many generations
Are
Living in this world
All the new generations
And
All the old generations
The old generations
Have
More experience
When it comes to life
The
New generations have their own
Life to live
And they
Need a hand
From the old generations
Because
They are lost
And they don't know
How to plan
For
Their future
The old generations
Are now retired
Because
They worked
All their life
In what
They had
Plan for
Their
Life
Since
They were
Younge
The new
Generations
Are
Dropping
Out
OfSchool
Before
They
Are
Even
Grad uated
Because
Of
Luck
Of
Skills
Or
Interests
The old generations
Had
Kids a long time ago
That they had
To raise
And today their kids
Are adults
And the
Old Generations
Today
Have
Grandchildren
And their Grandchildren
Are now part of the new generation

Submitted: Wednesday, February 07, 2007
Edited: Monday, January 10, 2011
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