MY MIND IS PLAYING MENTAL AGE ROULETTE – REPOST

MY MIND PLAYS MENTAL AGE ROULETTE
By Charles Robert Lindholm

My mind has always played mental age roulette.
When I was young I thought I was grown up.
My parents kept wanting me to lie about my age
and say I was younger than I was.

I heard that age is just a number
and when I wanted to do adult things
I couldn’t wait to get older
so I could vote, drive and do
dubious things

Now that I’m older
My mind seems to be
playing mental age roulette
in a haphazard way

Sometimes I get a bit
dizzy or flustered
I wish I were younger
I hate to admit my age
I want do what I used to do
I want to be silly with grandkids

I hate that my birthday cake
is a fire hazard!!

Copyright © 2019 Charles Robert Lindholm, The Reluctant Poet – All Rights Reserved

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