Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's

A Poem by Ray
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HALF of the Alzheimer's cases can be avoided, they just need your care and patience.

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Lost in the world of


‘Who I was’


I disagree; 
I won’t acknowledge
my own part


I won’t cry.


Oh that’s my daughter!


What? She is dead?
Who is she?


Oh that’s my daughter! 
Is she dead?


So, a momentary melancholy
and I smile again


Who are you?

© 2012 Ray


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Added on May 11, 2012
Last Updated on May 11, 2012
Tags: Alzheimer's, child, death, grandmother, life, love, old-age, POETRY

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Ray
Ray

Delhi, India



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