Lou Ann Mandzuik

(Custer, Washington)

Reflection - Poem by Lou Ann Mandzuik

She, who had such dignity,
Could not hide from me,
Her care giver, who bathed
Her naked, flabby flesh.

She could not hide her soul
Laid bare before my eyes.

Why did I detest her so?

The mirror of her thoughts
Reflected my own naked soul.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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