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An invitation to a six decade journey,
To disclose all the details, I’d need my attorney.
With memories of distant, moments in time,
From zero to sixty, one heck of a climb.
Without you, all my joys, I could not proclaim,
For you have added, to my eternal flame.
As our inner seasons, extensively ranged,
Listening and advice we gladly exchanged.
Hope to continue on a thrilling new trip,
Bring plenty of faith onto the ship.
We won’t sail away, until all are aboard,
Future experiences, click and record.
By Martin Dejnicki
When we were young and happy, we had a lot of fun,
Days seem to last forever as we played out in the sun,
We never thought of growing old or having aches and pains,
But in a blink the years have flown, and the sun has turned to rain.
Now that you are sixty you will start to feel the strain,
Your bones will start to creak, and you'll need a zimmer frame,
Your teeth begin to fall out and you will find it hard to eat,
You'll have to wear your dentures and forget about the meat.
At night you will be up and down going for a pee,
And your eyesight will start failing until you cannot see,
Your hair will start receeding and the wrinkles they come too,
And you will have to take "exlax" to go to the loo.
Now I don't want to depress you, because todays a special day,
So listen very carefully and follow what I say,
You must give up all the night life and cut out all the booze,
Get up nice and early and later have a snooze.
Take it nice and easy and be in bed by eight,
Make sure you have some exercise and don't put on more weight,
Never get excited or make your heart run fast,
And s..x should be forgotten or next time could be your last.
So remember, be good, stay healthy and lean,
And you will live to get a telegram from the Queen,
This poem is just a bit of fun,
You will probably live to one hundred and one.
By Estelle De Banks
Her birthday adds to the mystique,
Of how she maintains her physique.
That cute little girl grew into a pearl,
And now she's a priceless antique.
By Bill French
Today’s your birthday! A time to cheer!
Not a time to think about your turning old fears!
Don’t be shy, come right here,
Tell us your age and don't disappear.
So what if you think your ears are broken,
We’ll make sure our wishes are outspoken!
So let us tell you of our praises,
As we light your candles and they go in blazes.
To a happy birthday full of lots of fun,
And let your happiness be know to everyone!
By Rachel Waterbury
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