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Mother and Dementia
When robins appear an angel is near. * * * A memorial dedicated to my mother who suffered from dementia for many years. November 1920 - July 2008 Mother and Dementia When dementia creeps in, through the back door Loving is needed, like never before... An expressionless face, an empty heart A once dazzling life that had lost it's spark I saw your sad tears and felt every fear Of foggy days that for you never cleared. All disappeared, those happy golden years Memories you held, so precious, so dear The loveliest of smiles, gone without trace Who was that stranger who dwelt in your place. Tenderness was missing, none existing Care and affection you were resisting It sure broke my heart, to see you like that When we'd shared love and friendship in the past. My one and only forever mother There couldn't have been a better another I still pray in hope, again and again You didn't suffer any physical pain. As you loved and cared, like a mother should I cared for you, as I promised I would I hope that these words to heaven get through "Dearest Mother, I will always love you." 25th July 2021
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