Cut Purse #elderabuse #poetry

sunny smile as they wheel her away from sterile and white another day she has borrowed the meaning of life *** the weeks she has counted four weeks on one hand the letters unwritten envelopes left unstamped *** back to her home now to a box full of cards people known just by name soldiersContinue reading “Cut Purse #elderabuse #poetry”

She must have really loved him

She must have really loved him She waited patiently Year after year Read letters and cards Still no one near She hoped and prayed For him to be safe For him to come home For time to pass not wanting to be alone What was it she saw What was it she feared Was itContinue reading “She must have really loved him”

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