Marie Causey

Rookie (5/3/1959 / Newton Le willows UK)

Floaters - Poem by Marie Causey

I have big dark floaters in my eyes interfering with my vision
the optician said its old age, from which there's no remission
I remember when I was twenty I could see for miles ahead
Now these eyes are not like mine, imposter's in my head

I sat there and I got through the eye tests only to be told
You need to wear bifocals. I picked some trendy glasses
Making sure I looked good and got got my monies worth
My eye sights that blooming good now I can see a ant give birth

I never miss the the table now when I put down my cup
my boyfriend so up sets me, he says hi 4 eyes whats up?
he really knows how to tease me and send me off on one
The only good thing about my glasses is my Floaters are gone

Girls if your having problems go to spec savers or optical express
Go get them eye balls sorted. The day you do you will surely bless
I feel still cause I wear glasses I am sometimes misunderstood
yet its better than seeing floaters and I am seeing like I should

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012



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