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Repetition, Repetition, Repetition
I can’t always remember what I said So maybe these may be words you’ve already read But once I get a line in my head I can’t always remember what I’ve just said I like to try and entertain with my humour Brits have no talent – well that’s just a rumour But once I get a poem in my head I can’t always remember what I’ve just read Have I told you this line before I may be repeating – sorry I’m a bore But once I get a thought in my head I can’t always remember what I’ve just said My dear old mum she has dementia* She’s repeats herself or loses her dentures Sadly once she gets a thought in her head She can’t remember what she’s just said. 26th April 2014 Written for ‘Irritate Me’ Contest Sponsored by Charlotte Puddifoot *Mum's dementia/memory issues aren't too bad at the moment this bit is poetic licence, but sadly over time she is getting worse
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