The Road Before Us #poetry #uganda

Looked over my shoulder to yesterday time passed in the blink of an eye the people and memories faded I never bid them goodbye I look to the left on this day all that there is to do wrap arms around you dear memory’s time, make a few I look at the road laid beforeContinue reading “The Road Before Us #poetry #uganda”

Restored Poetry #archives #elderly #poetry #hospice

Hold me… I am a broken, colorful fragrant remnant of yesterday * Remember me… when I was alive, thriving extracted from a beautiful whole * Understand me… for who I am today a relic, don’t pull me to pieces * Cherish me… for what I was and what will be of a memory Caring forContinue reading “Restored Poetry #archives #elderly #poetry #hospice”

Time Goes Too Fast #elderlyissues #atozchallenge #photography #poetry

  Time… moves as the sun faster than we run a round face with hands a circular plan each hour marked never light never dark Time moves without thinking heart beat quickly ticking a baby’s yawn before early dawn colors beam time  day on one side  ebbs the flow of the tide aging woman, manContinue reading “Time Goes Too Fast #elderlyissues #atozchallenge #photography #poetry”

Jalopy #classicars #elderlycare #memories

Grandpa’s car always made that noise leather-like seats had that smell the doors made a special creak chrome had a sheen whitewalls always clean it felt like home *** <a href= “http://moondustwriter.com/2020/04/10/isolation-elderly-covid19-atozchallenge/”&gt; The Letter I </a> This month seems a little surreal, I thought I’d write about those cars that our grandparents drove or maybeContinue reading “Jalopy #classicars #elderlycare #memories”

Lens of Yesterdays #poetry #memories

  “Who is that?” My daughter asks as she filters through 100 year old snapshots. “I never heard their story. I was only a child when I looked at these photos last.” “Which side of the family are they from?” She looks for any family likenesses. “They look like dad’s family. I’m glad these didn’tContinue reading “Lens of Yesterdays #poetry #memories”

Treasure Hunter #poetry #alzheimers #elderly

a grey- haired journey we often stub our toes rattle our mind for memories caregiver regular  in tow treasures we seek but little do we find momentary peeks into a treasure filled mind ******* daily routine seasons change as you age  digging up treasure   Look into the mind of the elderly there are vastContinue reading “Treasure Hunter #poetry #alzheimers #elderly”

Can’t Afford My Memories #poetry #photography

I drove by grandma and grandpas place so many changes  hard to trace a little girl where flowers bloom eating ice cream by the light of the moon music played all the seasons I loved Rudolph for many reasons love there didn’t need yeast family gathered for every feast today the house I cant affordContinue reading “Can’t Afford My Memories #poetry #photography”

Uganda Montage #atozchallenge #Acholi #Uganda

Pop the bubble passages of time stop on the Nile heart memories rewind not much more can be said about this beautiful place and the people we love! Thank you to A to Z challenge for giving the opportunity to share about Uganda and the Acholi people.

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