Tom Simard

Poetry, Music, and Prose

“Your old road is rapidly agin'”

What comes with age is not necessarily wisdom but lack of relevance. The younger see things differently and seem incapable of listening. I have half-joked that by the time I do die, I’ll be more than happy to do so.

 

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2 thoughts on ““Your old road is rapidly agin'”

  1. Too true, sentences 1 and 2. Not only younger folks—tho’ for me almost everyone is that—ignores you when you are no longer useful, a means to their ends. It ain’t you they’re lookin’ for, babe.
    I’m expanding this theme in my next post, but you got there first. Sentence 3? no, too much I don’t understand left to criticize.
    Check out Mr. Z’s “Idiot wind” I just re-read it, it’s cleverer now. “Idiot wind. Blowing through the dust upon our shelves. We’re idiots, babe.”

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  2. Yes, very true. Few people listen.

    I’ll have another listen. It’s a song I’ve always treasured on an album I’ve always loved that has grown to become my favorite.

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