We're dropping Harrison and his wife at Rand Estate, and taking a quick look at the new flat we're moving Auntie Marienne into. Auntie Marienne suffers from Steele-Richardson-Olszevski syndrome, which many times is confused with Parkinson's disease.
At times we feeel boredom has overtaken us Hence the day tends to be kept on hold
Invisible sat on a bench in a shopping parade he had a dream that was so fantastic it must have been created by his broken mind. When he realizes it was just a dream it breaks his heart.
An old tramp has has had a good day begging. He has a duffel bag full of sherry all's right with the world
A poem about wife and children being beaten by drunken husbands and fathers. I watched a program on the subject.
As most of us climb the wooden hill to our beds and turn out the lights, there is another world that comes to life in the darkness.
A drunken man lays in a doorway of a shop he is drunk and homeless. He begs for money in the daytime for his addiction.
An alcoholic who is in denial but his life is all about drinking. This poem shows the desperation and his need for a drink.
What is the pledge of a drunkard everyday after heavy intoxication? This poem illustrates it.
There is a lot more than we know or understand "behind closed doors"! Domestic Voilence should not be tolerated, at any cost. But still some women give up to their self respect and dignity to amaze most of us, but there are always 3 sides of the story.......
I just hope this will put a little smile on someone's face.
It is amazing how often those people we reject, can be the ones that make that difference.
~I shouldn’t say them~their schizophrenic power~how can I deny them~they said~love cannot save you from fate~only a god who knows how to dance~something about the unselfish, self-sacrificing love of brutes~death, the truest form of love~