somewhere in delusion land

sometimes, like tonight
she’s in a world I can’t see
while I’m caught like a rat in a trap
in this material four-dimensional reality

I can only hope that she is sometimes happy
living in a world that is all her own
because I wouldn’t like to think she’s alone
in an old black and white episode of the twilight zone

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  1. #1 by emmylgant on August 21, 2015 - 6:56 am

    The isolation of the caregiver is painful. Do you have help Ron?
    Hugs

    • #2 by Ronald Kirk House on August 22, 2015 - 7:14 pm

      Thanks for the hugs. My daughter’s mother actually is the primary care giver for her. My daughter used to be really close to me when she was younger, but since her illness has progressed she’s grown very close to her mom.

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