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July 30, 2011 / MMasing

Youth vs. Elderly.

Hello Everybody,
  
Youth vs. Elderly.
The young,
the fresh, the energy.
The youth.
The old,
the wise, the calm.
The elderly.

The future,
the learning, the replacers.
The youth.
The past,
the knowing, the originals.
The elderly.

The new,
the proving, the inventors.
The youth.
The known,
the proved, the invented.
The elderly.

The refreshment,
the trying, the making.
The youth.
The base,
the tried, the made.
The elderly.

Young vs. Elderly…
… or Young & Elderly.

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  1. Anders J / Aug 15 2011 10:54 am

    brilliant poem,
    it really makes sence, the youth can’t make it without the wisdom from the elderly and the elderly can’t move on without the creations of the youth,
    we have to work together to make a progress, not work against eachother 🙂
    cus then we would be stuck on the same spot

    • MMasing / Aug 20 2011 5:18 pm

      Hey,
      Again about working together, right?
      I still don’t get why people work against eachother while they can work together.
      If everyone just stopped and looked at what we are were doing on this earth.
      Make that change, work together..
      Wouldn’t that just… chance our world?
      Wouldnt that just… make it soo much better?
      Tho everyone knows that we won’t ever do that,
      maybe that is why noone ever does it… aaand we are in a circle -.-‘ brilliant.
      We might aswell give it a proper name now too:
      The Circle Of Life.
      Greetz, MMasing.

    • Pureresearch / Sep 9 2011 2:13 am

      Sense. It makes sense. Cus is not a word, and neither is Propper.
      How can you add to a world discussion if you lack the skill to discuss?

      • Anders J / Sep 9 2011 7:29 am

        Hey, sorry that i wrote sense wrong, and that cus is not a word, it’s cause, but maybe you know about shortening words down on the internet? not such a new idea. And alright, maybe i have misspelled properly, but who cares? people get me, that’s the point, one or 2 words written wrong on the web isn’t the end of the world, so no need to get picky.
        Maybe a few wring errors take away some of the epos from an argument it still doesn’t mean i can’t handle the patos and the logos, and if i decide to keep the grammar steady it isn’t that bad.
        I know how to argue, 2 words doesn’t change that, so please get over it, it’s the web, it’s another world where slang is used and people don’t really care that much about the way words are written, this was just a comment on a post, not it’s own debate article.

        Thank you for noticing my errors, at least you did, now you can be proud that you know how to write sense and properly.
        from a guy who doesn’t really care that much about if he writes one or 2 words wrong.

  2. Mark C / Sep 14 2011 11:08 pm

    Hey, I understand it perfectly. It is written in my language.

    We all talk in slang, not a big deal.

    I ain’t gonna slam you for that.

    Nice Poem.

    Mark

    • Anders J / Sep 15 2011 7:50 am

      gosh, why don’t they have a like button? xD

    • MMasing / Sep 21 2011 7:07 am

      Hey,
      Indeed, nothing wrong with talking in slang.
      So, thanks for commenting.
      And nice you like my poem :).
      Greetz, MMasing.

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