Treasure Island

LaSoaphia QuXazs

(1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

Message to the old ones: Does it worth?


How we behave, people will treat us according,
If the old person thinks he/she can do what wants it is not a good behaving.
When many gets old, still with a long lasting anger,
They call it alzhimer or dimensia, gets treatment and need to have a warden.
Most people will avoid them or the family plays martyrdom,
What they do cannot be tolerated, it is anything but wisdom.

Old people with years going by should gather knowledge,
Kindness, wisdom, good behavior, tolerance, but never on edge
They should enjoy the fruits of their life time,
Live in peace & calmness & never in a grime.

We have the choice.

Submitted: Monday, July 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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