Reinventing Life At Fifty One

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Chances in life sometimes come to a screeching halt.

Then life starts all over again.

Submitted: January 13, 2008

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Fifty one, mind confused.

Looking back, ego brusied.

 

Tried so hard, to do right.

Visa denied, extinquished light.

 

Effected four, not just one.

Quickly ended, before begun.

 

Not one sorry or thank you.

Feelings hurt, anger grew.

 

Anyone right, anyone wrong?

Can damage done, be lifelong?

 

Past now ended, friendships gone.

"Reinventing Life At Fifty One".


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