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SADIE BECOMES A LADY

There once was a child named Sadie Who bounced, jumped, and twirled As bands slipped from hair uncurled. Would Sadie ever become a lady? Now ninety, age has done her no favors And sitting has now replaced labors. Her mind … Continue reading

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AND MARGE LAUGHED

Remembering  Marge, and her faithful caretaker-husband, Roy. Marge had severe memory loss and badly deteriorating health. I had gone to see them a few times when she was either hallucinating or in a coma-like sleep. When I went last she … Continue reading

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