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Once a man twice a child.

I remember when I was a child
I lived my life in wonderland
Father looked after my spiritual need
He put me on the path of hope.

Listening to the minister speak
From his rostrum he would teach.
I asked how long dad before we go
Son he is giving you a Faith.

So my father sat next to me
At the age of ninety three

Listening to the minister speak
From the rostrum he would teach
He asked me how long son before we go
Listen father he is maintaining your Faith.
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Once a man twice a child., by Christopher Russon 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Stephen Suggs 4 months ago
This poem is a telling poem of age and how age comes full circle. They teach us and we learn and we need them as its our turn! Good poem.
Sonja Carnes 4 months ago
This is awesome, Christopher! I love the way you tell this amazing story excellent work here!
Christopher Russon 4 months ago
My father said the same words as i did at the age of 93.
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