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Generational Trauma

A Limerick Poem

By Nicholas KingPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Generational Trauma
Photo by Ekaterina Shakharova on Unsplash

I often thought my mother was a wicked parent

But now that I’m older, it’s become rather apparent

That I was the reason for much of her grey hair.

But now she’s all smiles and heartfelt care

At least once she became a grandparent


About the Creator

Nicholas King

I'm a graduate of the University of South Florida's Creative Writing program, Class of 2012. Currently, I reside in Florida, where I've spent the majority of life. In my spare time, I write fiction and poetry.

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