An Older Childhood

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At an age of 80,
My boyhood is back,
Unleashed from duties,
Divorced with stress.

Heart craves for junk,
Playing with kids seems fun,
Mind innocently thinks,
And I often forget my things.

I weep a lot,
Sometimes without a rhyme, or on a random thought.
I laugh intensely,
Even try to interpret serious things humorously.

I love being surrounded,
Suddenly an extrovert I have become,
Loneliness scares me,
The more, the merri-er.

I want my mother every second,
Just I can’t have her,
But on every dear diary moment,
I wish I was with her.

I get sick easily,
I need utmost care,
I wish to rise up,
Even with a body in despair.

But instead of ground, Words leave me wounded.
Running is a tough job,
Relaxing is fun,
The end is near, a beginning isn’t.

Traits match,
The body doesn’t.
I guess I am too old
to be young.

 

0 thoughts on “An Older Childhood

      1. I am still thinking of this… As I write Romance…
        I am thinking of the old couples who know that soon they will be saying good bye to each other. Just think of the pain they must be bearing in their old age, holding each others hand and waiting for their call from heaven…. :'( :'( :'( </3

          1. Hmmm yeha sure… I’ll try to rhyme them in my poems! I hope you like my previous. I’ll surely try to do something beautiful with this thought! 🙂
            Stay Blessed!

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