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I’ve Seen This Movie

I exercise every day, and walking is a big part of my daily routine. So it’s not surprising my mind often returns to the scene and thoughts I describe in the poem below. I’m still healthy and strong, but I see—and feel—my body sliding down the slope. I don’t like it. No, I don’t like it at all. I’ve seen this movie before, but…

I Was Young Then

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The Old Guy’s Still Got It

Granted, he’s not sure what it is he has anymore, and wouldn’t know what to do with it if he knew… but… still…

Anyway, I was out for my final walk on the beach this afternoon, and as I’m walking past these four young ladies, one of them starts walking toward me and says, “Could we interrupt your walk for a minute?” Read the rest of this entry »

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I Was Young Then

I wrote this yesterday while taking one of my frequent walks. Well, actually, I just thought it up while walking, and wrote it when I got home. The portrayed visit and watching the people actually took place when I was in my late thirties, and the image and thoughts it stirred in me have remained for all these years. Read the rest of this entry »

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