Fluff 

 

 

Fluff with your children, go on, play with them.

Spend time doing what seems like nothing

in the end, it is everything.

 

For that kind of fluff isn’t fluff at all

the old and young seem to know this better than the middle aged

So go fluff for awhile, connect, be apart of

 

Or listen to Harry Chaplin’s song cats in the cradle

time lost cannot be regained

spend fluff time now, and later it will not be fluff.

 

Moira Levant/COCOA2.com ©2017

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