May 2017

Generational Drift

Generational Drift Judy Dykstra-Brown   It’s a symptom of their stage of life, a product of their age. Adolescents have to disagree and posture, pout and rage. That teenage chemical is now rampaging through each vein, bringing self-doubt, embarrassment, confusion and disdain. Nothing so discomforting as advice of a parent. Teens crave emancipation, but go through with it? …

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Afterglow   look to the East when the sun is low pause with willing eyes to seek what finer hues in contrasts show   we rise at dawn, rough plots to hoe, another trek to another week, look to the East when the sun is low   through afternoons we tread on slow our senses …

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