On The Age of Things

it is addressed thusly:
A thought.
it reads:
In times like these a man can wonder
If age is not but a side effect
Of interminable layers of stress
Each pulled, rolled slowly under
Until even the surface is specked
With sweat, with time, and duress
Yet makes fine, dignified dress.

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