Monday, 10 January 2011

Jingle Poetry: The Road Ahead.


Journey of life.













Young people can’t wait, that’s a fact
To get their feet out on the track.
But the road ahead sorter
Gets shorter and shorter,
And that’s why old people look back!











More sensible offerings at Jingle Poetry.
Horse laugh borrowed from
Metro.

34 comments:

  1. It'll pay all youngsters to keep a good rear-view mirror at hand, just in case!

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  2. Truer were have never been spoken Stafford!

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  3. I want to be a laughing pony ... nicer than all that looking back stuff!

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  4. Yes, would love to go back to a few roads in life...but hopefully there are still a few ahead....bkm

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  5. love it love it!
    love the limerick and the truth!

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  6. cool entry,
    old people learned their lessons of course.

    super crispy and powerful poetry.

    A++

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  7. come on...did you write this?
    why it's quite good, fella
    really good
    and true, oh so true

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  8. ha! The one thing you can't teach kids is experience. Loved this.

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  9. At what age are the reins pulled back and the speed reduced? Racing up the hill to see the other side is one phase of life. Trying to go slow as down, down, we go is the other. Fun trip.

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  10. Don't we all wish we could go back and make some changes...but it's all part of life's journey my friend. Wonderful write...thanks for sharing oxo

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  11. Ah, the truth of the ages! What wisdom the young will never listen to. Great job!

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  12. very sensible writing! keep it up! here’s my new year potluck- http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/03/15/life/

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  13. I loved this...and it's so true!

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  14. This makes sense to me. Love it!

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  16. Hey Noah - how's that boat of yours going!!!!! These floods are ridiculous. Very cool poem.

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