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Tom Maxwell

East St. Louis Illinois /now in Junction city, or Belleville, Illinois
Tom Maxwell
East St. Louis Illinois /now in Junction city, or Belleville, Illinois
Saturday, October 17, 2020

Changingidentity

Rating: 5.0
I made it to my 60's still doing ok,
Changing identity, another time, along the way.
Who you are, is what you actually do every day,
The natural habits, you automatically sway to,
Most only recognize themselves, by work they do,
If you watch yourself, would you feel happy, or blue,

In the latter chapters, in this life, this time,
I'm always trying, to discover, what I can do, find,
A certain age, does not mean, stop, all the active fun times,
You may leave the best part of this life, behind.




Tom Maxwell ©
05/05/2019 AD
2: 15 AM
Tom Maxwell
Topic(s) of this poem: changes,lifestyle
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Quoth Theraven 17 October 2020
" A certain age, does not mean, stop, all the active fun times, You may leave the best part of this life, behind." Fine in all times this one. QtR
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Mahtab Bangalee 17 October 2020
A certain age, does not mean, stop, all the active fun times, ......yeah; right you are that a certain age or receiving the desired things is not mean to that to stop there; the life is the long ways journey, nonstoppable........
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L Milton Hankins 17 October 2020
Good thinking, beautifully-expressed. Keep writing poetry, Tom!
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