Wednesday, 28 November 2012



1. relatively advanced physically, mentally, emotionally, etc.; grown-up
2. (of plans, theories, etc.) fully considered; perfected
3. due or payable: a mature debenture
4. biology
a. fully developed or differentiated: a mature cell
b. fully grown; adult: a mature animal
5. (of fruit, wine, cheese, etc.) ripe or fully aged
6. youthful See also old (of a river valley or land surface) in the middle stage of the cycle of erosion, characterized by meanders, maximum relief, etc.
7. to make or become mature
8. (intr.) (of notes, bonds, etc.) to become due for payment or repayment

There is ageing
And there is maturing
It's all about developing
Interesting scents and flavours
Or ideas
And getting old
As gracefully as possible.

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