What can YOU say in six sentences?
We age, we silence them, their mischief; but acknowledge how their wishes still preside.
If growing older makes men wiser—if fatherhood makes us fathers act our age,
Then why would God give dads reminders of their youth, their passion… their rage?
Sons are meant to teach their fathers, just as fathers know that they must teach their boys.
Life is not all retrospection, bereft of pleasures—void of joys.
I celebrate my song of senses, my boyhood ballad sung so sweet.
I celebrate that boy inside me—my second self… my son… my Pete.