My Younger Day's

by HOLLY ARMER   May 12, 2005


Thinking back to my childhood days
My jelly shoes and pig tail braids

Playing Atari...Pac-Man and Centipede
Or racing my Big Wheel at breakneck speed

Strawberry Shortcake and Rainbow Brite
Cabbage Patch Kids or riding my bike

I loved the Shirt Tales and don\'t forget E.T.
The Smurf\'s were great, but not too much T.V.

Cause\' playing outside was always the best
He-Man or She-Ra, the ultimate test

Slinky, Lite Brite, and Rubik\'s Cube
Couldn\'t be bored with so much to do

An Easy Bake Oven, making a treat
The master of hula hoop, I couldn\'t be beat

As I got older, no more cartoons
Started watching Punky Brewster and Silver Spoons

New Kids On the Block and Tiffany
Opened a whole new world for me

Movies and skating took place of my toys
Make-up and hair, crushing on boys

Ice Ice Baby and Stop Hammertime
Milli Vanilli\'s lip syncing crime

Flirting and laughing all night on the phone
Finally able to stay at home all alone

Dances and parties, learning to drive
Just loving my youth and feeling alive

Prom came and went, graduation too
Had to decide what i should do

College wasn\'t appealing, decided to wait
Now ten years later, I feel it\'s too late

But I\'ve no regrets, I can honestly say
As I think back to my younger days

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  • 9 years ago

    by Tom Swart

    It is obvious that your words provide the nutrients for a poets pen like the sky provides the blue for the clouds. . I enjoyed your poem and the thoughts that came to visit the page before me. Keep up the good writes I look forward to reading more of your works. Peace.

  • 11 years ago

    by Ashleigh Skye

    This is a very unique poem.. but very amazing.. I can say I dont remember to much about that time frame since I was a lot younger but I do remember sum, and reading this made me remember the good times I had. thanx a lot this was truly an interesting write.

  • 11 years ago

    by Tainted Beauty

    Wow Holly, I've read this poem a few times and I love it more everytime i read it. Even though i grew up in the ninetys i still remember alot of these things, this was a really well written poem, thanks for helping me find it:)

    --Steph

  • 11 years ago

    by mossgirl19

    I like this poem very meaningful. Keep up the good work.

  • 11 years ago

    by Lauren Crandall

    Awwww. I Love It... Its So Timeless. I Mean-i'm From The Next Generation But i Can Still Get The Message of [No] Regrets-Who Can't? People Who Have Regrets Will Think 'I Wish I Didn't Do This' But If You Have No Regrets You Look Forward. To Vhange the Future.

    Lol. Kinda Long.

    \5/5\

    xoxo

    xLauren3