Andy Caldwell


When Asked To Speak About Parkinnson's Two - Poem by Andy Caldwell

my eyelids close
almost involuntarily
I resist but they insist
as the pressure grows
for my eyes to close
and other symptoms
enter in and slowly begin
of this dreadful disease
I can't seem to remember names
I have at times vivid dreams
to sleep I seem to need
a CPAP breathing machine
my arms and legs tremble
the muscles of my legs
spasm and always ache
the pain won't go away
there is so much more to say
but I'm not here to complain
I was just asked to explain
my life with Parkinson's Disease

Topic(s) of this poem: health


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 22, 2015



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