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Lis: Interesting to observe how various persons age.
Lex: Yeah, some people battle with time – others age gracefully.
Linda: We need to learn to listen to our inner clocks. Most folks aren't listening to their own chronometers well enough.
Ron: (with a slight frown) Hmm. Perhaps so, but why this talk of alchemy?
Lex: Think of it as a metaphor for constructive change.

(digital footprints)

Aging - an artwork by T Newfields

A g i n g


Sum people blimp gracefully
und gaine beautie as thare yores piss by
becuming smoothe lambskins
und sweetly raipened wine

Uthars gray haggard
against the sharpe teeth uf thyme
becuming mutations uh former sailves
ore parodies uf laife

The Art uf Alchemie
is ta age wit arte und panache
ain steed uf bitterness er panick

So preparre thy exilir
und learn tha magick
uf experiencing moments
slooowry & furlry:
arrow their flavours
ta cum ta laife.