Change With Age - Poem by Dwayne Bailey
The days of youth and inicence,
have long since passed me by;
I now seem tainted by my age,
my laughter has been replaced by sighs.
Bitterness fills my once light heart,
my eyes are to blind to see;
The beauty of laughter that once filled the air,
as pleasent as a gentle cool breeze.
Why as humans do we feel the need,
to change as quick as we age?
Why can't we stay like a child at heart,
and forget about bitterness and rage?
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