Tag Archives: reflection on age

Forgot

I keep forgettingI forget to writeI forget to eatI forget thatI forgot andKeep on forgettingThey say it’sOld ageHow old do you have to beTo be oldI forgotHow old was my grandfatherWhen he died!He was oldDefinitely old butFull of youth!A youthful … Continue reading

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Skyping late

Her electronic teddy bear floods The screen with hearts The heart-shaped bubbles explodes Into kisses The whole screen becomes A cartoon scene The little girl laughs She giggles With red cheeks Her mother sounds The last call Bedtime … bedtime … Continue reading

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Pages cut

In memory there is a timeWhen books came in folded sheets The excitement of cutting the pagesOf a new bookOf a new adventure For a child Now grown upAnd breaking bonds.January 20, 2021 New project: Love Notes Second chapter’s synopsis: … Continue reading

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Chess Board Cafe

On his chest he draws The years passed In form, uniform, hours counted He enters the chess board cafe His regular table and buddies Are waiting for his arrival In the air there is laughter And the smell of a … Continue reading

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Drops and nuggets

A chicken piece as a small as a morning drop Drops in muddy flour and rolls He applies another hammer to the stubborn Rock that is wedged in the side Of the short mountain The chicken drop drops in the … Continue reading

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Hypertension

Boiling in silence Boiled to death How do you like your eggs? His ears ringing He didn’t hear Mrs Smith’s irrelevant question Sitting at the table Staring into the distance Occupying the empty white plate Front of him Abyss He … Continue reading

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Bedtime

Bedtime she says She reminds him of His mother and A half century of rebellion. His protest is not heard His heart is weak His soul is bored His days are numbered. The resignation letter reads So comes to pass … Continue reading

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Faceless new account

Faceless The manager of my latest account Faceless The banker of my latest deposit Faceless The shrink of my latest trouble Faceless And they all require my face And my finger prints! In case I skip payment One of the … Continue reading

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Poem: Does it matter?

  Does it matter no one showed up? Does it matter the DJ in the last club is half dead? Does it matter at all that you are alone? Now you know you are no one’s favourite you are no … Continue reading

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Poem: Dementia

  Thousands of fractured pieces Floating on the surface of Memory. Thousands of cells tangled Sharing the space between Times. Hopes and dreams shared Floating like the leaves in the Wind. It is always windy after an episode. Thousands of … Continue reading

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