#The Sunday Whirl ~ Wordle 477 by Anita Dawes

The genetics in our family put me at a higher risk for Alzheimer’s, not a high chance but still. It’s something I worry about in my old age. Getting old sucks. 😦

Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie

Everyone agreed it was a pity
The loss of a brilliant mind
Most turned away in disgust
At the way, the dribble dried on his chin
He would groan, shrug, and dribble some more.
There’s no way to truly lament
The loss of anything
Much is hidden from us
That others do not wish us to see
Life itself is a raffle
Inevitably, you receive your number
Until you inhale your last
That’s not to say life is grim
There are brilliant flashes of light
Rainbow moments to remember…

©anitadawes 2020

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4 thoughts on “#The Sunday Whirl ~ Wordle 477 by Anita Dawes

  1. Well done! And I’m in complete agreement; have thought that aging sucks for at least half a century now. I’m hoping (I think) that I’ll soon be old enough to look around and think, “Wow; being ancient really ROCKS!”. Not likely, though, the way things are going.
    Nice write, SB.

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