Ripple Effect #poetry #alzheimers

writing in the margins so much more to say images collide cold and cloudy day filling up the pages lost amidst the line start where ended fretful is my mind notes are merging losing the details misty is the matter flattened now my scales   Alzheimer’s is a debilitating disease for the elderly. People working […]

Freedom Cancelled #poetry #alzheimers

rose bud bloom decided on its own colour catching random raindrops she danced each spring a calla lily ivory  water cup opens like a scroll makes my heart sing dry dusty petals always winter a ballerina once no longer remembering **** a swan song the seasons changed her dance robbed of her wings  

Alzheimers the hidden treasure #caregivers #alzheimers #haibun

More than forty years ago,I took care of my first Alzheimer’s patient. Back then we called a patient confused. The trade marks were the same: little by little the mind ebbs and the memory recedes. I have learned much as I have looked through the window of an elderly person’s life. There is a store […]

Unlikely #photochallenge #uganda

Unlikely is this magenta Fort backdrop Nile sunset   If you know me, you know I have tried to work in Liberia, No. Africa, Congo and So. Africa.  I never thought of Uganda, the Nile or mosquito netting as my “likely.”   The photo challenge this week is “Unlikely” These pictures are all taken at […]

Cheers for Z !!! #atozchallenge

  I raise a glass of an elegant bouquet It’s time to celebrate another great year meeting excellent people soujourners bloggers interesting folks we may live in different worlds but we all agree that A to Z is the best way to spend the month of April the zebra says “CHEERS”    

Cross Roads for “X” #atozchallenge

At the crossroads our eyes met a young boy driving cattle in a city traffic jam my jaw drops at the sight  what world have I been sent back in time to you reached your hand through the window no need to fear you offer meat filled skewers MacDonalds you are not but the food […]

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