George Harrison’s Widow Talks of Life and Death Through Poetry

From an AP story by David Bauder headlined “George Harrison’s widow talks of life, death through poetry”:

The first line of Olivia Harrison’s book of poetry captures a feeling universal to everyone who has lost a loved one. “All I wanted was another spring,” she writes. “Was it so much to ask?”

Through the verses that follow that question, the widow of former Beatle George Harrison opens up about her husband, and about grieving after he died of lung cancer at the age of 58 on Nov. 29, 2001.

Twenty poems for 20 years, a number that’s not a coincidence.