Treasure Island

Noorie Ali

(22.07.1988 / Yorkshire)

Ageing like a speedboat!


Ageing like a speedboat…

Age is with us
Age is all

Age is big
Or something small

Age is Asian
Age is White
Age is Black
Or some other sight

Age is walking with us
a fact you cannot hide

Age is dark or sometimes bright
Age is misery or a joyful kite
Flying above us, along with the deep blue sky
So, So very high

Age is we; we are the people that age defines.
We have a duty; a duty to do, right.
With or without one superior mind.

When we are finally one day blind
We will see nothing, but a memory that is;
One of a kind
One day the young will age.

Age is with us
Age is all
Our age is all.

Submitted: Thursday, February 04, 2010
Edited: Thursday, February 11, 2010

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