William F Glennon
Winding Down - Poem by William F Glennon
Morbid curiosity has begun.
Health has started to fail.
I'm getting old and frail.
Life is winding down.
I look into a mirror at an old man breaking down.
Age has caught me, only hindsight remains.
In my heart, I gave more than I took.
God knows I did it my way and won't be second-guessed.
I did love and was loved in return
and for this, I feel blessed.
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