60's - Poem by Lizzy Tomlinson
Years ago, when I was small,
I often wished that I was tall.
Like the hippy who walked along the street,
Her boots, I wanted on my feet.
She looked so glam, that 60's girl,
My childish mind was in a whirl.
Frustrated 'cause I was too young,
To join in all the 60's fun.
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