Clive James Obituary, Death – The author and broadcaster Clive James, who passed away not too long ago at the age of 80, was well-known for authoring a poem in which he pondered on the time he spent at the Sai Wan war cemetery in Hong Kong visiting his father’s grave. The poem was noted for its remembrance of that period. James, who was only six years old when Albert went away, spent the majority of his adult life working as a poet, writer, and broadcaster.
Albert had passed away when James was just six years old. He is the author of a number of articles and song lyrics, as well as a large number of poetry collections and volumes of critical essays, in addition to four novels and five books of memoirs. In addition to that, he has hosted a wide variety of programmes on several television networks.
This flurry of activity was his method of making up for not only the death of his father but also for the way in which his mother’s life fell apart when she was widowed. He was trying to make up for both of these things. In 2009, he made the statement, “I am trying to lead the life they might have had,” and since then, he has been doing everything in his power to fulfill that goal.
“This is a chance to make them pay for what they did to my life, and I intend to take it.” I don’t believe in luck anymore because I’ve had so much of it in my life. Those who will continue on after him are going to be his wife and their two daughters. He will be fondly remembered. May he continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty.