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Brilliant Poem by Norm NcNamara who was diagnosed with Dementia at the age of 52.

Posted on June 6, 2012 by admin There have been 0 comments

I’m still me

Hello old friend, sit next to me,
I`m still the man I used to be,
Do you remember way back when?
We played with sticks and built a Den?
And how we ran through cobbled streets,
Drinking Tizer and eating sweets,
The times we had without a care,
Times that I would like to share,
It's yesterday that troubles me,
I can’t remember, do you see?
I can remember long ago,
But just last night it isn’t so,
But even though my memory`s fading,
Like winter leaves that are shading,
Recent thought`s inside my head,
Now gone forever, almost dead,
But look in my eyes and you will see,
I`m still the man I used to be,
Please old friend, sit next to me


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