I have documented my daily life in poetry for over fifty years. It is only now that my knowledge of technology has met my ability to pursue this medium. It is all too overwhelming as I approach 60 years of age in an instant. Enjoy the ride and put your seat belt on...I am starting from now!
To see an earlier decade, the link is:
Thursday, February 21, 2013
In Berkeley we played in alleys,
Ivy covered, with steps on steep hills;
Sliding down grass slopes in boxes
While ‘egg head’ fathers paid the bills.
On Oahu, we ran like natives,
Barefoot from store to shore;
"Hawaiians" from Samoa,
Taught us "Sailor speak" galore.