Getting older

As I get older I feel my age and yet I am still young.

As I get older I am firm in my beliefs and yet I am more accepting.

As I get older I understand more and yet I keep asking questions.

As I get older I know what I wish for and yet I know I have what I need.

As I get older I still have the passion and yet I am calmer.

As I get older I ache each day and yet I embrace each and every day.

As I get older I realise how difficult the world is and yet I am more confident I can make a difference.

As I get older I have gained facial wrinkles and yet each laugh line was worth it.

As I get older I am still learning new things and yet I can never learn enough.

As I get older I have discovered how low I can be and yet during those times how tall my friends stand by me.

As I get older I really do forgot things and yet I never forgot those important to me.

As I get older I try hard to not make mistakes and yet when I make them, I do not hesitate to apologise.

As I get older I see magic in the world and yet I know that others do not.

As I get older I feel comfortable in my skin and yet I know my skin is getting baggier.

As I get older I still get excited by the amazing feats of mankind and yet I know they are only just begining.

As I get older I see more grey in my beard and yet I know I will never want dye my hair.

As I get older I enjoy the simply things and yet I love the challenge of something technical.

As I get older I have gained so much knowledge about the universe and yet I will never understand a woman.

As I get older I recognize everyone possesses some beauty and yet I know that many will never see it.

As I get older I find more places where I can help and yet I will never be able to help everyone.

As I get older I love more people than I ever have and yet I still have enough love for myself.

As I get older I believe it is good to be good and yet I know it is still fun to be bad.

As I get older I am glad to be here and yet I know I never thought I would make it.

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