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Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Poem of the Day: "At Wit's End" by Lauren McBride, Frequent Contributor
At Wit's End
suffer the gray -
not aging keratin
perhaps gray matter -
befuddled brain cells
leaking out -
Poet’s Notes: This poem takes a lighthearted look at two common complaints of the elderly: memory loss and gray hair. Playing on gray hair and gray matter, I suggest the two are related.
Posted by Steven Wittenberg Gordon, MD at 5:08 PM
Labels: Frequent Contributor, Poetry Review
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