Tag Archive: old age

Twisted

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Once, I wrote poetry, the black cat part of me. Once, I flew on airplanes, until they gave me migraines. Once upon a time I believed in ever after but no prince proved… Continue reading

Life

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Inside a tangle of flesh the I feels youth.   Outside the weathered face, a young mind reviles this gnarled being with no reason to exist.   Youth knows not of a life… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Succumbing to the ravages of time

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You see them on the street — old people with canes, wheelchairs and walkers.  You scoff at them and rush past while taking a bite of your burrito.  Then, as you sip on… Continue reading

The Secret of Longevity is Levity?

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 One of the things not on my to-do list:  Living to be 110. Oldest Holocaust survivor, Alice Herz-Sommer, dies at 110 in London after living in Israel for 40 years. She knew Kafka.… Continue reading

Thoughts while avoiding the mirror

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  What does the fecund human see when s/he looks in the mirror?   He sees a fit, handsome man regardless of the fat layers. He runs a comb or brush through his… Continue reading