Grade 8 Reading Lesson 18 Poetry – You’re Old, Father William

When you grow old, your hairline starts receding. Tufts of greys start appearing on your head. Lines start running from one side of your face to the other. And most of all, you lose all your strength. Walking starts becoming tough, jogging is a distant dream. Sad though old age is, Lewis Carroll will make you laugh through this poem You Are Old, Father William.

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 18 Poetry - You re Old Father William

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