George Harrison’s widow talks of life, death through poetry

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NEW YORK (AP) — The widow of former Beatle George Harrison has opened up about life with her husband and grieving his death, and Olivia Harrison does it through poetry.

“Came the Lightening ” is a poignant insight into the life of a man who tried to live privately, even as the world learned of him and his music when he was barely out of his teen years.

Olivia Harrison writes about the day her future husband brought her to his estate outside London, his final days before dying of lung cancer in November 2001, and the harrowing night two years earlier when an intruder attacked them in their home.


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