Grey and Yellow
by John R. Greenwood
Things are not always grey and yellow, it depends on the eye and what it sees. We see through tainted glass and tilted thought. Life, and the years it brings cause us to keep adjusting the focus. When clarity is attained the weather changes and along with it our interpretation. Back to the dial we must go, to retune and reinvent- not just our lives, but also our reasons. Young or old this lesson we must learn. Fear may be present but hesitation is tar on your boots. Move quickly. Step high and deliberate so no one might slow your reason.