Poem: Questions I No Longer Ask

Questions I No Longer Ask

It is a question I have ceased to ask.
I have decided it is not my question
to ask or answer:
“Am I enough?”

I simply am.
As best as I am able.
Everyone else can decide
for themselves.

I am content to be enough
for those who decide
I am.
Few or many,
It does not matter.

Sometimes,
I like aging.

About this poem

A simple truth. Took me till my fifties to get it.

The picture was taken at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home outside Charlottesville, Virginia.

Tom

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