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Age & Learning
by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper

Saturday, January 08, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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If age has nothing to do with learning, I guess we can make babies walk at one day old. Better than that, maybe we can rework the whole education system and skip grade 1 through 11. Just put juveniles in the 12th grade.
Why don't I just travel back 20 years when I was a meaner less mature person and tell whoever left this review, "age has nothing to do with learning," on my poem 20vs50, "you sound real foolish." Don't try to tell me age has nothing to do with learning, in 20 years I've learned to be less of what I'm doing now, being kind of mean and confrontational. Anyone with a problem with this, maybe you never was my friend anyway. Sobeit. This writing world is full of jealous highly critical fools anyway. Distinquish yourselfs and enjoy or whatever. I'm a very controversal writer, read my bio and my success story, I'm just tired of fools who make life miserable for everyone because they have problems themselves. A father teaches a son because he's suppose to be older and wiser. One problem with this is, the father may not have matured himself. We're suppose to learn as we mature and get older but quite a few don't. Back 20 years I go!


Dear Friends and Foes,
this is the way it goes.
I traveled back in time,
to bring Mr Hide to rhyme.
Mr Hide did mature,
but
at the moment I'm not sure.


He's lose for awhile,
to quash your smile.
After a frustrating day,
Mr Hide wants to play.
He doesn't like fools,
so now he drools.


All you fools out there,
do take care.
Try not to infect,
get your common sense correct.
If you can't repair,
then don't dispair.


We need you,
to help paint blue.
Without your word,
stupidity wouldn't be heard.
The world would be boring,
while you're snoring.


Try not to wake up,
let us enjoy,
before you destroy.


G 20 back!


 



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Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 1/8/2005
yes Ed, I have been told by a very strong minded Sandie, but that's all well and good. All our friends and foes have a right to their own selfish opinions and we have a right to ours. The problem is, everyone wants to be right.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 1/8/2005
I guess you have been told...LOL! Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 1/8/2005
Well stated, Grady.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Lori Moore 1/8/2005
"We need you,
to help paint blue.
Without your word,
stupidity wouldn't be heard.
The world would be boring,
while you're snoring."

Lol... or perhaps a tear, depending on how I take it. Nice one!





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