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Michael McAllen

Michael McAllen regrets reaching the age of 80 without making any meaningful contribution to the world – no children conceived or reared, no building designed or built, no sporting or artistic achievements, no vaccines discovered, no export orders gained. These humble verses are the best he has to offer and if anybody should remember more than two lines of any of them, that would be a success.
Michael is a long-term sufferer with Parkinson’s Disease.

Author's Books
Princess Ice Cream and Other Verses from the 1970s

“Majestic, stately, self-possessed,A fashion plate divinely dressed.Miniskirts and summer blouses,Knee-length boots and winter trousers.Tiaras, diamonds, royal crowns,Pyjamas, swimsuits, evening gowns.Cotton, satin, wool, or lace,She wears them all with equal grace.”From the poem “Princess Ice...

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