Not every one gets to.
We’re rich now.
You don't even know what rich is.
WHAT GETS UNDERLINED IN SEAMUS HEANEY’S 1995 NOBEL LECTURE
The oldest rocks make the youngest mountains. Explain that one to your children. Young, restless, still rising, earthquakes that don't even register to adult sensibilities. To one given to the wonders of the child's imagination, dizziness is has taken me in. After the initiation, I gave up all claims to authority. The struggle is for child-dream.