William F Glennon
Are You Old As You Think? - Poem by William F Glennon
Remember the days without any pain.
Standing upright without the strain.
You were strong, fast, sleek and agile.
Age has caught up and now you're fragile.
The twilight of your life might be close at hand.
No matter how much you thought about it.
Someway you had it planned.
There's more to life then what it seems.
Your body might weaken, but your resolve is strong.
You'll have your dreams.
This odyssey is not yet over and god willing
I'll live long.
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