From wagons and
To hot rods and dates
Didn't we think we were
Walking hand and hand to the soda shop
After all, we
were going to high school
"Never been kissed"
Friday night school
A little carnation corsage for the wrist
The drive-in movie
Just how many could we get into that car
Goodman, Sinatra and Como
They wanted to know ..... "What's a Rock Star?"
Charleston, Fox Trot too
The Twist and Hula-hoop
was a bug, I thought
Or is it a car.....
A "Beetle" is a rock group?????
Bobby socks, crew cuts
A scarf to hold
up a pony tail
Poodle skirts to mini skirts
Didn't matter the
Parents complained, without fail
But, a parent is a parent
At any stage
of the game
Your Mom and Dad had parents too
So strict, we
Now with your own kids, you wonder
What am I going to
No matter the time or place
In each generation one thing, will remain
Puppy Love is Puppy
That will always stay the same!
Original Poem © 2003 - Revised 9/3/11
All Poetry Original & Revised Versions were written by
Kathryn Sunday Davis
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