Posted by: Jonathan Caswell | October 3, 2012

IN THIRD GRADE?


IN THIRD GRADE???

(An educational opinion)

A recent news item I saw,

Concerns a fatal school flaw…

Or maybe it’s the parent,

One thing is apparent—

Nobody knows anything at all!

A third grader is hardly adult,

To say identity confirmed  is insult…

Childhood involves change

And innocent exchange,

Young “cross-dressers” are not adults!

Interest in the other gender

Is a stepped development tender…

Doesn’t need being politicized

By nut cases unrealized,

With no caring in the midst of their bender!

So leave the poor kid alone!

Let him /her work things out on their own…

Why label them adults

So some party exults,

In crappy science invading the home!

In childhood, priorities varigate,*

 From Mom then to Dad then to date…

As love focus changes

It’s weird to arrange this,

As a warped identity debate.

—Jonathan Caswell, M.S.E.

(Degree from SUNY-Cortland , NY)


Responses

  1. our children are not adults far from it, up to parents and educators to direct and teach however good write

  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:

    GOOD OLD AMERICAN EDUCATION.


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