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Aging is a natural process of life. It begins the moment we are born. Strangely enough, most of us live under the illusion that we and our loved ones will never become old. When old age arrives, we are often unprepared. The natural order becomes reversed. The young help to care for the old.
My forgetter's getting better But my rememberer is broke To you that may seem funny But, to me, that is no joke. Often times I walk into a room, Say "what am I here for? At times I put something away Where it is safe, but, Gee!
T his remarkable gathering of new work by senior British poets has been some months in the planning, but it seems appropriate to publish the poems over the weekend when we celebrate Mother's Day though Father's Day would have been equally apt. Roger McGough — perhaps the nation's favourite poet — revisits his own confidently youthful "Let Me Die a Youngman's Death" 40 years older and wiser. The Scottish makar, Edwin Morgan, is absent because of illness, but I urge readers to make sure they own a copy of his Collected Poems , published by Carcanet.