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“Crabbit Old Woman” By: Phyllis McCormack

“Crabbit Old Woman” By: Phyllis McCormack

"Crabbit Old Woman" By: Phyllis McCormack What do you see, nurse, what do you see? What are you thinking, when you look at me- A crabbit old woman, not very wise, Uncertain of habit, with far-away eyes, Who dribbles her food and makes no reply When you say in a loud...

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Trapped in an Unknown World – Lisa Rutter

Trapped in an Unknown World – Lisa Rutter

We come into this world with no worries We grow up and make many wonderful memories Then suddenly you learn about this terrible disease   Dementia takes over your life And destroys everything you dreamed of Stealing your life and ripping apart the people you...

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I WISH I COULD SNATCH THAT MONSTER AWAY – James Hale

I WISH I COULD SNATCH THAT MONSTER AWAY – James Hale

I WISH I COULD SNATCH THAT MONSTER AWAY IT SEEMS TO SPOIL ALMOST EVERY DAY THAT MONSTER ALZHEIMER'S IS TO BLAME IT LURKS WITHIN MY DEAR WIFE'S BRAIN OH HOW I YEARN FOR THOSE YEARS GONE BY WHEN I COULD LAUGH AND NEVER CRY I FEEL GUILTY NOW OF WHAT I HAVE DONE TO THE...

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