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1 My uninvited Friend on 29/3/2010, 8:13 am

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My uninvited Friend

It came as quite a shock to me the day you came my way
I had never ever met you what would i do or say
You stayed for just a little while
And then you went away
But little did i realise
You were coming back to stay.
My life was running smoothly
Not a worry or a care
Then suddenly I realised
That you again were there
I tried my best to exclude you
From this cosy life of mine
I did not want or need you
I was only thirty nine
Slowly very slowly you crept back into my life
Making it often difficult to be a mother and a wife
Now today I have no doubt
Your with me to the end
And you'll never ever leave me
Parkinsons my uninvited friend



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26 My uninvited friend on 29/3/2010, 10:53 am

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What a marvellous piece of writing. The pd is unwanted, unwelcome, uninvited but is in each one of us so is part of our mental and physical makeup. So is it better to "accept", IT and befriend it to ensure a better quality of life and minimise the negative feelings? Lucy, am I waffling? With a family and all the demands on your strength and patience have you some strategies to keep you going? I am convinced that being positive is a help - on another occasion I can set out why. Enough! Congrats Lucy, go maire tu i bhfad. I must needs repair to my whatsit couch and knit up the ravelled sleeve of care.
Jer Sleep

27 My uninvited Friend on 29/3/2010, 8:13 am

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My uninvited Friend

It came as quite a shock to me the day you came my way
I had never ever met you what would i do or say
You stayed for just a little while
And then you went away
But little did i realise
You were coming back to stay.
My life was running smoothly
Not a worry or a care
Then suddenly I realised
That you again were there
I tried my best to exclude you
From this cosy life of mine
I did not want or need you
I was only thirty nine
Slowly very slowly you crept back into my life
Making it often difficult to be a mother and a wife
Now today I have no doubt
Your with me to the end
And you'll never ever leave me
Parkinsons my uninvited friend



Last edited by ems on 2/4/2010, 7:19 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : left out a few lines)

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