Poem: Eighteen

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Of my past life, sat and pondered.

Deep into past, my thoughts wandered.

As a child, stubborn and rash

Moved at eighteen, soon as had cash.


Put lease on flat, then bought a car.

Learned on my pay could not go far.

Working harder, back to school went.

On better job mind soundly bent.


Independence was gained on own.

Quest accomplished wisdom has grown

Now My child, stubborn and rash

Moves at eighteen, soon as has cash. . .

June Nash

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