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Short Dementia Poems

Short Dementia Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Dementia by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Dementia by length and keyword.


Premium Member Word Thief
dementia, an insidious thief, slowly stealing my every thought...

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Categories: dementia, dark, depression, self,
Form: Monoku



Dementia
Dementia
 'Where are you going?'
 I have no idea
 What I'll be doing...

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Categories: dementia, caregiving, confusion, irony, lonely,
Form: Light Verse
Dementia
confusion creeps up
stealing their reality
heartache for loved ones...

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Categories: dementia, age, mental illness, sad,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member I think
artificial
intelligence
leads to 
dementia
in
difference -
I 
think
...

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Categories: dementia, absence, age, funny, internet, sad,
Form: Free verse
Dementia
Bereft of rational thoughts accumulated insidiously disappearing into nothingness...

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Categories: dementia, age,
Form: I do not know?



Profound Poetic Picture
dementia opens the blind and says, "good morning Jesus," letting the Son shine through...

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Categories: dementia, blessing,
Form: Monoku
Never Leave Me Lonely
I'd die without you by my side
Heart stopping dementia

Being without you when i died
...Hell...

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Categories: dementia, devotion, girlfriend-boyfriend, love,
Form: Free verse
JEALOUSY IS A DEMENTIA





     jealousy is a dementia lacking judgemental capacity that less hearted one does...

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Categories: dementia, jealousy,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Alzheimers
watching one you love
fading into something less
tortures your spirit

Edward J Ebbs - July 12, 2016...

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Categories: dementia, analogy, body, care, caregiving, confusion, courage, cry,
Form: Senryu
Waking up
Bursting though dementia the edges of confusion
I found eyes closed my spirit laughing
as crashing dreams ended....

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Categories: dementia, dream, life, morning, sleep, words,
Form: Free verse
Dementia
Parts missing; untangling ethereal strands. - - - - - - - (C) John C Michaels, 27 August 2017
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Categories: dementia, age, loss, memory, mental illness,
Form: Lanterne
Forever In Shade
The light of remembrance
  the will’s DNA

Entombed by dementia
 —forever in shade

(Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2016) 
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Categories: dementia, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Forever In Shade
The light of remembrance,
  the will’s DNA

Entombed by dementia
 —forever in shade

(Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2016) 
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Categories: dementia, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dementia
Face fractured with fear.
Fumbling, foraging , through frames,
Strangers in photos,
Calling from a distant shore
"Come, join us, be loved once more"...

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Categories: dementia, age, devotion, feelings, loneliness, lost love,
Form: Tanka
Old Lady from Crewe
The was an old lady from Crewe
That was all of a ditherydoo
She had hidden her dentures
Forgot where cos she has dementia
Now has trouble eating her stew
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Categories: dementia, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member always on my mind
her little grey cells eroded by dementia no band-aid can cure senryu on mind contest Sponsored by Jenish Somadas 1/29/20
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Categories: dementia, mental illness, mother daughter,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member MY PASSWORD
I think
My computer has dementia
It keep asking me for 
my password 
my password

my password
I keep telling it--
I think
it has forgotten it 
My password
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Categories: dementia, age, funny, identity, journey, missing you, sad,
Form: Blank verse
Psychosis
Anxiety Borders Crazy Dementia Erratic Frantic Grasp Hyde Introduces Jekyll Kooky Lunatic
Manic Neurotic OCD Psychotic Quack Rage Schizophrenia Tirade Unbalanced Valium Willing
Xanax Yearns Zen...

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Categories: dementia, angst, confusion, depression, health
Form: ABC
Xenophobia empowers the weak
Auditory dementia envelops upon a grandeur scale. Skepticism dilutes the 
experience, painting an abyss of soul in-cognizant. Xenophobia empowers the weak, 
imploring a dissonant decadence awaiting....

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Categories: dementia, people, philosophy
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dementia
unforgiving, slow stealer of thoughts; all precious memories held dear




A Thief Who Steals Your Thoughts Poetry Contest 
Sponsored by Bobby May 
Date written and submitted: 12/27/2019

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Categories: dementia, dark, truth,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member FORGOTTEN POEM- -
Tired Minds section gold Civil thoughts Amnesia never told Bleeding hearts also cold Dementia Alzheimer's Ahhh!! I've forgotten the rest of the poem
1/21/20 James Edward Lee Sr 2020...

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Categories: dementia, absence, allusion, grandparents, memory, mental illness,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member FORGOTTEN DEMENTED--
FORGOTTEN DEMENTED--

                                 ~My mind I've forgotten
                                      Dementia here!
                                          Where did it go?~


written by James Edward Lee Sr.2019©
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Categories: dementia, absence, confusion, grandparents, longing, sometimes,
Form: Senryu
dementia
Insanitys child
held fast in the grip
of a twisted realitys
mobius strip
 
lost in the hallway
always the hallway....

Help me!!
Anybody!!
Lemme outa here!!
Lemme outa here!!
Why am I always
Alone in the hallway
Year after year?...

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Categories: dementia, confusion
Form: Acrostic
Dementia
I'm
confused
and angry.
I don't know why.
I live with strangers.
I'm alone in a small 
boat, shrouded by a grey fog
drifting......  the fog has lifted, I'm
With my son. He thinks I'm his mother.
I'm confused and angry. I don't know why.
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Categories: dementia, humanity, mental illness, poetry,
Form: Etheree
The New Peripheries of Bliss
Fallaciously inverting genuinely involute demented eras, voraciously tearing away 
infinity. Absolute desolation befriends in an undermining attempt for desecrate 
dilution. No longer will life be derived of the dementia and so begins the new 
peripheries of bliss....

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Categories: dementia, philosophy, political
Form: Free verse