A journey in time with Alzheimer's

Shadows at War

Disappearing images … shadows in the breeze
Seek and find … games played … to please
Not a favorite anymore … too close to the door
That opens … piles of shadows … now at war
Heightened anxiety … mixed with contemplation
Contributes … to confuse … deliberations
Whispers of time … captured in a snare
Confusion at its worst … wadded tangles … bare.

Copyright/ Sheila Grimes/ November 4, 2014

Comments on: "Shadows at War" (6)

  1. “Confusion at its worst … wadded tangles … bare.”
    ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. misswhiplash said:

    I love the way that you put your words together, it not only has rythm but seems also correct to be able to say hat you want to say…do you know what I mean?

    love to you all , still in my prayers every night

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  3. misswhiplash said:

    better than my words


  4. Raymond C Nunes said:

    My cousin, so very proud of you, sharing is indeed caring, also a belated THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE; very nice poem, you are a wordsmith

    Liked by 1 person

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