Trilogy of Poetry for Father's Day
(Talk of the Town photos provided) Above, Susie Sexton with her husband, Don, and son, Roy. Below, a father and son moment most appropriate for Father's Day.
By Susie Duncan Sexton
"Soap and education are not as sudden as a massacre but they are more deadly in the long run." (--Mark Twain)
"Parenting" qualifies as a word to dislike--
Artificial, "all aboard", domineering clap-trap!
Accidental, "out-of-the-nowhere" little tike?
Aye! Free entrance "into-here" toward growth with no map.
Momentary Links--Between Generations
"...Record that (we) are born."
You be you--I'll be me.
Birthrights of joy, not scorn,
We both arrived to "BE".
"Send 3-5 poems." Three's Enough
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