Excuse Me – It’s Called a Tantrum

Portrait of mature woman sitting in countryside

Today is so different than when I was a

child. Nowadays, if you’re not satisfied

everyone knows it…

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Please excuse me,

I’m just having a moment.

Things are not going my way.

trantrum

I’m not happy

until I have my way.

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Hmmm, in my day,

it was called a tantrum.

If you were with the sitter, acting out,

when she called mom,

all it took was that one phone call.

on the phone
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Portrait of mature woman sitting in countryside

I remember the days when 

a trantrum was a trantrum.

Instead of getting even, 

lashing out or having a fit-

you straighten up, 

calmed yourself down

and acted rational. 

If not, there was a consequence.

It made you a 

grounded man or woman,

a respectable adult.

So, dear little ones

when things do not go your way,

act the way your mom and dad raise you.

Besides, your mom and dad would be proud.

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Portrait of mature woman sitting in countryside

From what I see,

as I sit back and watch, 

it seems it’s easier nowadays for some

parents to get by 

letting you have your way.

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