21st century seven ages of man By Kiah Beckle

21st Century Seven ages of man All the world ’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts, His Acts being seven ages.

At first just a baby, brand new to the world. Learning to eat, walk, talk and live.

Then the happy child, with no worries, stress, and responsibility. Just an age to truly have fun and live with no care about what people think.

And then the teenager; troubling over the slightest things. Style, social media, school, and friends.

Then, the mid-twenties, filled with travel, freedom, and marriage. A time to start off their life with another.

Then the parent, raising a family. Working to support a good home.

The sixth age shifts into a retired grandparent, seeking to support their grown children and their own families.

Last seen of all, that ends this strange eventful history, a reflection of a well lived life… and death.

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