|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|this is touching and with a transient society today, it can be harder for generations to be near.|
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|As I visit people in nursing homes, I see this. It breaks my heart. I enjoy visiting with the ones you speak of and listening to their stories.
|Reviewed by Rose Rideout
|You stole my heart with this one Cuz. It happens all too often.
Love ya face Cuz Hugs XOXOXO, Rose
|Reviewed by Richard King
|A very touching write about something to which we all can relate,,,, EVENTUALLY!!!!. Dick|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|strange how "civilized" society views its elderly ... native Americans respected the wisdom of the elderly ... in those cultures the elderly were the main caretakers of children, for they have patience and knowledge while the parents were out hunting and gathering ...
sad, effective poem, Felix ...
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|So very sad. We've lost respect for so many things these sad days, including the elderly.|
|Reviewed by neerja gandhi
|This brings tears to my eyes...such people exist !???? my heart pained after reading this|
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
|This dear Lady sould be drinking out of a china tea cup instead
of a grey plastic. My heart aches. Tremendous write
Fe for this is the truth that you expressed so well.
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
|My oldest duaghter has spent 10 years working in facilities like this, loving, and caring for all the residents, and it is more than heartbreaking. I Would never do this to my elderly parents, unless they had to be medically cared for daily through serious illness, and then they wouldnt be left to stare into space...As a kid I would always go to my grandies on school breaks, they lived independant right up till the last 3 years of His life, and it worked pretty well, sadly not all are so fortunate. For many, Death is a kind release. Those who jokingly say, "be good to your children, they will chose ur retirement village" hmmm it's no joke, Ty Fee for bringing to light one of societies greatest shame!!
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|A deeply moving write Laura
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
a very sad but true poem. luckily none of my parents or grandparents had to endure this at the end of their much filled lives, hopefully neither will I.
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|This I can feel quite strongly, even though my age is not yet the time to go into a "home", because I used to drive for a transport service & see some folks like these u speak of...at the time I didn't think anything of it, but as I get older I feel so badly for those folks...my friend Rene has an aunt in her nineties that the family took away from Rene and placed in a NH and she is now so lonely & ready for death...such a sad write this one is, Fee...but thank you for writing it...it needs to be said and viewed...e|
|Reviewed by Deborah Tornillo
|Fee: She reminds me of a lady I wrote a poem about who also was left behind and cried everyday for her family to come and visit and show her compassion. Thank you for sharing this and reminding all of us the importance of family even when we age. Compassion, respect and dignity is all we ask for when we age.
God Bless You,
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|haunting and so sad--well expressed reminder for us all!|
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|Lonely, long days, everybody should have somebody~|
|Reviewed by D. Vegas
|Fee, It's true and yes, it is sad! This is why animal visits are important!
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|Fee. what a tender poem. Yes the forgotten ones...how sad. I hope I am never a forgotten one.
Much peace, love and light,