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A Final Poem about Anthony Ainley
by Randy Johnson
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You died ten years ago at the age of seventy-one.
Watching you star as the Master sure was fun.
When you died, your friends, family and fans endured a lot of pain.
You're dead but when people watch you in reruns, you still entertain.

It was sad when you died ten years ago.
If you had lived longer, you could've starred in the new Doctor Who show.
You and I shared the same birthday.
It was tragic when you passed away.


[Dedicated to Anthony Ainley (1932-2004) who died on May 3, 2004.]
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