Thursday, January 13, 2011

Too young.


I never really minded about ages, I was 7 and that was all...
I used to dream about of how my life would be at 12, 16 and 20.
But now that I´ve reached at least the first two ages life seems so much more confusing than it was before.
And people around me say Im more mature than what my age demands,
that´s why I never fitted when I was a child.
Now it doesn´t bother me at all.
I´ve been trying to learn now that I know who I am how to be 20 in mind and yet live the life of 17.
But future is approaching and it´s doing it fast... and yet I´ve been reminded constantly this past few days that no matter what, I am still too young.
That´s just fine, I like being young,even when almost nothing is clear at that age and probably it is as hard as being an adult. But, who knows? Adults have forgotten and I am still not there.
Sometimes I´m afraid I may result childish for you, you know?
Yet if that happens, I may not be able to make you change your mind...


5 comments:

Gugo said...

No matter what your age is most of the time you'll feel you dont fit in it, at least that is my experience :S. No matter what people may say you are unique and you always be that way today and some years later. So wenjoy today always kerping in in mind yesterday and tomorrow.

williewizzy said...

Always remember you are special and unique in your own way. Bruno Mars sings,"cause you are amazing, just the way you are." Cherish your life :)

fiveloaf said...

thank you for sharing this and congrats to you for winning the perfect poet award week 37!

artswebshow.com said...

As people get older they forget more and more of what it is to be childlike.
Personally i hope i never lose my childish side.
For most children are happy most of the time.
You sound your age in this post.
Questioning is an important part of childhood, and perhaps more importantly when stepping into adulthood.

musingbymoonlight.com said...

I think we all go through life feeling misplaced or displaced to one degree or another. After all, we are all different. I think what happens with age - or at least for me - is that we accept that and it no longer disturbs or depresses. It is what is is. We live in the moment and judge ourselves and others more kindly.

Hang tough. You're doing fine ...

JamieDedes