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September 06, 2015

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Kathe W.

of course you will be fine!

Bekkie

This poem sounds like some I've written recently having many same doubts. Although not mother's so much in my case it's just EVERYONE seems younger than me! Lol! I'm not that old. I'm always so tired now kicking myself in the butt to keep up. Refreshing write thanks!

Helen

No need for apologies ... most everything I am feeling finds a way to 'leak.'

DeeDee

This is sad, unlike your normal posts

Michael

Western culture has a way of deifying youth and its privileges. But I have always regarded youth with a sort of dissatisfaction.

Wisdom appears to come at the cost of youth...but it is the only thing worth having. All that you are is more than you ever were. Celebrate your experiences and all that they have made you.

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