Down the winding road/
I see myself old and grey/
fading to the sun.
This entry was posted on 04/03/2011 by Michelle. It was filed under HAIKU and was tagged with Haiku, Poem, Poetry.
This poem gives me the sensation that the person getting there has lived a full, happy life. I don’t see myself there yet, because I’m on the other end of that walkway, but I wish I’ll see myself with such calm and content when I get there.
05/03/2011 at 00:00
This is actually for those who dread the prospect of getting old. And when I say “those” I mean the people who are so obsessed with physical beauty and will do everything to keep that fountain of youth flooding, while all along forgetting to live a life of substance.
Here’s to our fading to the sun.
05/03/2011 at 00:36
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