Tag Archives: Sundowning

Judge Me Not

  \ Judge Me Not Judge Me Not Judgment Notes: This, like me, is a work in progress ( emphasis on progress ) Judge me not Lest you be judged Self-appointed judges lurk Judge not the lady Who forgets her … Continue reading

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Footprints in the Snow

  Footprints in the Snow A picture on my friend Jackie Medaris’ Facebook page inspired me to write this poem. Footprints in the Snow I was lost and very lonely, Wand’ring, where I didn’t know, When I stumbled upon some … Continue reading

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I Want To Go Home she said

  I WANT TO GO HOME she said “I want to go home,” said the frail lady in the hall, “I want to go home, I don’t want to be at the ball.” She was pale and unsteady in her … Continue reading

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Sundown Blues: and she cry

  Sundown Blues “I hate to see the sun go down And feel the darkness rise, It gives me the Sundown Blues And brings those tears into my eyes. “And so I go a walkin’ out, My goal it fills … Continue reading

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