Early in life, change is required,
A most important part of an infantís day.
Babes relieve themselves as desired,
And, in soiled diapers, donít like to lay.
So, we get used to change when weíre little,
Preparing ourselves for years ahead,
Learning to control poop and piddle,
When grown, and use the toilet instead.
Changes are all part of growing old,
While gaining self-discipline, as well,
Till late in life when diapers are sold,
To conceal that secret we shanít tell.
A shameful change is incontinence,
Caused by bladder muscles growing weak;
Yet, itís beyond our control, hence
We wear Pampers to stem the damn leak.
© By RickMack (Rmrickmack@aol.com)