An 84 Year Old Man Wrote This About His Wife
Poem About Losing Wife of 65 Years Proves Love Is Eternal
After the loss of his wife, a 93-year-old veteran from Hampshire, UK, wrote a tear-inducing poem about the loneliness he faces without her that he read on Radio 5 live, a British Broadcasting Corporation station.
Bob Lowe, who was on air promoting a helpline for isolated older people, The Silver Line, says, "My wife died 3 months ago after 65 years of marriage, but more to the point, 72 years since we first kissed." He starts every day by telling his wife good morning, and ends each by saying good night, which comforts him.
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Lowe starts off the heart-wrenching poem by describing how he spends his days searching for ways to occupy his time.
I wander round to look for jobs that I can do
to bring back the days when we were two
Lowe goes on to explain, though, that he knows his wife is still with him.
Video: Widower writes moving poem to describe loneliness after losing wife of 65 years
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