Times Are A-Changing Poem by jerry hughes

jerry hughes

a citizen of the world

Times Are A-Changing



I recall over lunch when
a truly delightful walked
in one of us would say:
'Jasus, wouldn't she be? '
Imagine the rest yourself.

Now it's
'How's your heart?
'How's your back?
Or
'Did you hear about
poor old Pat McDonnell? '

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Michelle Melody 30 November 2009

Growing old... alas we all have to follow the same road...: -) Reminded me of the Bob Dylan song 'and the present now will later be past...'

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Alison Cassidy 28 May 2007

Ain't that the truth... love, Allie xxxx

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