I Have Grown - Poetry
Through the years, and tears I've sewn,
I've put aside my childish ways,
And now embrace these wiser days.
So much more there is to see,
So much more to make of me.
As I learn, the more I know,
There's so much farther I must go.
I will climb till I reach the sky,
For when I stop learning, is the day that I die.
You are never too old to learn something new. Learning is part of life, when learning stops, one becomes stagnant and dies.
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