Alzheimer’s

Trickster:

twin bladed

sifter of moments.

You cut and paste and superimpose,

you change and filter;

filling in gaps

or removing with surgical precision.

Hurt and harm are sent offstage

or super-trouper high lit

in the theatre of remembrance.

Was, and ought-to-be,

mingle

(with half empty glasses)

in this elbow jostling party

this crowd of witnesses

and fabricated alibi.

The touch of her or him, or this or that,

conjured by a passing scent

or half glanced fleeting sight,

spurs a smile

or panged regret.

Trickster:

double-edged

filter of fact.

Robber, villain, rearranger;

you make children of parents

and parents from children

in careless abandonment.

The storm of imagination,

in thunderous cacophony,

sieves and mixes, distils and compounds,

implodes, explodes, shouts, screams

or whispers

what might have been

or nearly was,

once upon a time.

Trickster, usurper:

your fallen veil steals reality

as your pretendered sovereignty

claims the crown

and life becomes

once

upon a time.

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3 comments on “Alzheimer’s

  1. Duncan Barsch says:

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  2. What a wonderful array of images of this thief of clarity! Good one Keith…Doug Blair, Waterloo, Ontario

  3. Oh, I got shivers. This is so filled with pain and emotion. You’ve captured the essence of this horrifying disease. Haunting.

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