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Growing old
by Susan Rae Nott

As I grow older my skin gets baggie
Everything kind a goes real saggy 
The most perfect bum I once had
Has now completely gone and sagged

The beautiful bust I once did define
Now hangs down like a washing line
With hair as white as the driven snow
My age now has really begun to show

Movement now is somewhat slower
And my height seems a little lower
Laughter lines are now just wrinkles
But still itís my name he always calls

Eyes remain the windows to my soul
Your love still remains my only goal
On this earth until death do us part
He remains so special in my heart

Poem ID: 39854   Poem Posted: 7/21/2000
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Copyright , 4th July 2000, Susan Rae Nott  all rights reserved by the author.
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