After recently posting Unfinished Business in response to Sue Vincent’s book addiction post, and finally managing to finish Reading in the Park after only five decades, it struck me that it might be useful to post the family related poems, not in chronological order of composition, which is how they have appeared so far, but in a sequence that better reflects their chronological sequence in autobiographical time. I started on Monday with the first one after Unfinished Business, as that was posted so recently. The rest are following at the rate of a poem a day. It is worth noting that Dying Matters Awareness Week runs from 9-14 May this year and this sequence of poems will appropriately overlap.
Phyllis Ring on My Wheel of Life (3/3) Leeby Geeby on Consciousness: Spirit, Mind or… annwjwhite on Recommended Link: On a first-n… Marjorie Chesebro on Where this Nightmare’s L… Marjorie Chesebro on My Wheel of Life (1/3) Barney on My Wheel of Life (1/3)
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