Blue Forget-Me-Nots

Poem By Jess Terry

The words so familiar
leave me feeling confused
the song sparks memories
but of someone i dont remember
the faces i am supposed to know
dont register
who are you?
where am i?
soothing voices wash over me
'Nan you're in your bed'
Whos Nan?
Go away i dont want you here
Blue forget-me-nots
flower outside the window


-In NZ blue forget-me-nots are the thingy for alzheimers disease. Alzheimers sucks. If only there was a way to stop getting old....

Comments about Blue Forget-Me-Nots

I enjoyed reading this poem, and the contrasts are very good, I love forget-me nots, Well done, Lynda

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