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  1. Brett 17. Nov, 2010 at 8:48 am #

    I thought you might find “A Poet Well Versed in Grief” from the New York Times relevant.

  2. Dr Iqbal Zaman Khan 23. Aug, 2011 at 4:50 am #

    Shakuntula Lois Hakim, my granny. Such a wonderful lady. I miss her so much.

  3. Ellen Ryan 10. Nov, 2012 at 2:38 pm #

    Erratum: Author Bobby Salvin Biography: Bobby Salvin is mother of 4 children.

  4. Betsy Miller 16. Mar, 2016 at 8:28 am #

    As I prepare to pare down to per diem as a resident care associate for a local assisted living, and end my part-time position as nursing home resident rights advocate (Ombudsman) for six facilities: both jobs 6.5 years dedication, I search the internet for poets over the age of 70. I find poems written by elder people here on your website. Initial interest in finding (but I can’t) John Corvese’s “Eulogy”…but starting to read the Death segment of poems. Because I’ve come to learn, through my two jobs, the wisdom that those over perhaps age 70/75 through to 100 have or that they own in regards to life through their years of experience with it (life). With tragedy and loss far beyond what younger people know. My comment is ultimately this: now that I am starting to explore your website I might like to post a poem or two on my Facebook profile. Because I’m going to announce to my friends on it over the next few days, my transition from the two jobs into one new dayshift position I will begin 3/21/16 that actually will have more to do with children but it may involve elders who care for them. But I don’t see a Facebook “share” icon anywhere here. Would your poets agree? Could your site add a FB share? I really would like to be able to share the poems to others. Thanks.

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