|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|My grandmother was like that. Offer food and she would open her mouth. Otherwise, she just smiled at some inside joke. Her death brought my father and uncle back together.
|Reviewed by The Smoking Poet
|Succint and wonderful. A simplicity that fools at first, but then, hits target: bull's eye. Well done.
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Heartbreaking. Alzheimer's is the cruelest disease--I took care of many a patient with this condition.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
|Reviewed by Trixie Love
This deeply touched
It brought back some
memories of my dearly
Excellent write, on a
|Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
|Robert I know this story well...my mother was an alzheimers patient until she passed away this past Easter.....this poem is so real...I can just feel I am there again...all the blank looks...one minute after I got there she had already forgotten that I was there...didnt know me...I fed her...did her nails...played puzzles with her..It is a very sad thing to see a loved on in that atmosphere...but she needed the medical care...she couldnt stay in our home any longer...it is a horrible disease..I think it is wonderful that you work with them...and that you wrote this poem...thanks for it...floria|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|So sad when someone has Alzheimer's; I have seen its cruel effect on people, and it is absolutely heart-shattering! (((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :( >tears < Poweful, effective write! Thanks for sharing!|
|Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
|A very wonderful and fitting write to a much misunderstood condition. Many thanks to you in the kindness you show.
|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|Stark and effective writing. Your description is excellent.