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Now, I Can Say Back When
by c lea harris
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As we get older, we think, I am now saying, I remeber, when I?????


I see the youth in my granddaughter’s eyes

I see the reflection of my father as he

looked at her

Now, in the years I have became older

lines on my face, gravity pulling the length

of once playful youth dancing upon our skin

Now, I can say, back when

I didn’t know what computers were

I barely knew what of a t.v.

A car was gold, a house a home

of love, corrections and warmth

Respecting your elders was first

manner of teaching, right along with

saying your blessing, not only on a holiday

Yes, Now I can say,,back when

guitars and man stood hand~n~hand

not jumping off into no-man’s land

screaming his head off,

When a doctor could be called upon

no matter the time, all he said

was I’ll be right there

As, I look into my granddaughter’s eyes

I see the reflection of my father as he

looked at her,

even though he is gone, he still lives

because now I can say, I remember back

when,


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Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Well you don't, from your bio pic look old enough to recall all that...ed
Reviewed by William Bonilla
Most enjoyable reading
Thanks for sharing
Still taking easy here

Love & Peace

Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Great philosophical reflections. Thank you for sharing them. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Linda Roman
Splendid! I truely enjoyed...
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Oh yes. refections of a bygone era.. But as all times, this -2006- will be a bygone era..



Or as a cynic may write..

The fingers feel the lines - they prod the space -

Your ageing face - the face that once was so beautiful,

Is still there but unrecognizable...





Or maybe I'm the cynic from the neverworld lol...

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