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Now We Are Sixty (And a Bit) (2003)

by Christopher Matthew

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For Wendy - now I'm sixty-four
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Golden Days
(After Solitude)
I sit for hours on the grass
On long summer afternoons.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0719565219, Hardcover)

Barely had the first copies of Christopher Matthew's 'Now We Are Sixty' landed in the bookshops when people started to ask when he was going to write a sequel. To his surprise the temptation to try his hand at a few more poems (particularly based on originals he hadn't tackled before, such as the Emperor's Rhyme or Sneezles) proved, like age itself, irresistible. Once again they follow the rhymes and rhythms of the great Milne, to remind those who are getting on in years of the wit, wisdom and whimsy he conjured up for those who were very young.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:49:44 -0400)

'Now We Are Sixty (And A Bit)', is a further collection of verses, inspired by those of the great Milne. Once agian they follow the rhymes and rhythms of the master, to remind those who are getting on in years of the wit, wisdom and whimsy he conjured up for those who were very young.… (more)

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