Retrospective Rhyming Poem by Cody Davis

When the frames weren’t as thick and the beards wouldn’t grow.
When friends were just friends, and bros were just bros.
Before girls were women, and boys were men.
When our Mac computers were paper and pen.
When dreams of fame and riches were ours to aspire
Before it took supplement drinks to make us wired.
When everything a band said was relevant and profound.
Like Jesus’ speech, our desk was our mound.
When we swore to ourselves that we wouldn’t become our parents.
Before we cussed and said shit that was lacking in merit.
I loath the date when I look back at today, and have so many things lost that I have to say. 

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