WORTH VALLEY MAG

GROWING OLD

A poem by Pauline Brown, Oxenhope

The indignity of the body
As it grows old around our youth
When I get up to dance
And it merely hobbles a few yards
When I find myself rushing, dizzy, on the floor
And its bowels have emptied despite me
When my babies fuss about me
Grown more than middle-aged
When I watch a fascinating drama
To discover my consciousness has strayed
When I plan to cook my dinner
Any my hands refuse to turn the lid
When I’ve a story to narrate
And my memory will not recall
When in my mind I am still twenty
Wrapped in wrinkled skin then
The world is a moving fast and racy place
When it’s my place to face the fall

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One thought on “WORTH VALLEY MAG

  1. BeWithUs says:

    Love this!

    Thank you so much for sharing! Cheers~ 😀

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