Weekly Writing challenge: Fifty – an age



50 signFifty is a number, an age, the youth of old age

All the world is a stage, just keep turning the page

Life is a wonder, so make every day count.

Great advice – so why am I in this constant rage?

I’m in denial – I demand a recount!

There’s a first time for everything – I wrote a poem!! I offer this as my post for this week’s writing challenge – Fifty. It  was really quite enjoyable keeping the word count to 50 words, no more, no less –  in a challenging kind of way 🙂

 

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22 comments

  1. Good tip and infectious happy vibes! ‘Make every day count’ Hurrah to that. Enjoyed your post Debbie.

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  2. First poem? Congratulations! It raised a smile from me 🙂

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