A patient called the office last week in need of batteries. I mailed her 2 packs so she could get them by the weekend. She sent me a lovely thank you card expressing her kind words of appreciation, along with a beautiful poem that she wrote. We would like to share it with all of you.
I hope you find it as moving as I do.
Year of Confusion
A nightmare is a Dream gone astray,
Like a Snowstorm arrived on a bright sunny day ~
This maddening year of Twenty-Twenty,
Has craziness within “more than-a-plenty”!
Last year ended with all systems “A-Go”,
Champagne toasts and Beer did flow ~
Then out of the Blue a Virus was born,
And all Hell broke loose one early morn.
No one is safe, no age is immune,
We all must dance to Covid’s tune ~
Washing our hands day after day,
And six feet apart, we all must stray.
There is no cure, not as of today,
Thousands have died, or lost their way ~
Anger has risen, Hate in full bloom,
Looting and killing is sealing out tomb!
Together is how we all must stand,
All over the world, and in our land ~
To mend our Earth, and make it whole,
Hope is the Anchor for our Soul!