I feel this so strongly-in fact I try to avoid growing up where possible although my children tell me off for it
Russell, this is brilliant. The ending is sublime, how discomfort is as comforting as sand between the toes, I am truly moved. Thanks for a most pleasant start to my sunday surf. Take care,Bob
Thanks Sue! I also have a touch of Peter Pan. There is a unique view to the world that comes from the view of an artful child. It is magic in your poetry, don't ever loose that!
Thanks Bob! Glad you enjoyed this. I like contradiction, I find it often to be more honest and realistic. Happy Sunday surfing!
Russell it's not only policy not to grow up it's a capitol offense!! Very good!!
That's true Pat. Childhood is the place where we first introduced with the magic we could find in this world. They tried to drum it out of us in school but they didn't completely succede. Thanks for the comment!
yes... I see the triptych.. very cryptic
Maturity is a four letter word in the heart of a child - it places the restriction of self that eventually decays our souls.
Hi Gracie! I'm glad you saw it; you looked whereas we tend to overlook the obvious. Hope you enjoyed it.
Thanks Nick! We must fight that decay with wisdom but not as a grown-up. Fortunately, in my case, age does not truely correlate with maturity.
Russell, I know now what I have miss in the last week...after your blog I feel a little more comfortable between the toes
Thanks Plus Ultra! Your comments are always greatly appreciated.
He he, that's why I don't even own a suit, not even metaphorically.
I think I'm going to start lecturing wearing my ball cap, Ozy. I also carry a Chinese Opera Masks fan to my classrooms where the AC doesn't work too well (I don't think the ball cap could do any further damage to my reputation, do you?).Thanks for the comment!
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