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Felix’s Poem

Published May 24, 2023 by Nan Mykel


I’m an octogenarian of 85.

My antiquity astonishes me.

I’ve got three types of cancer.

I don’t see, hear, or walk well.


I’m a medical dumpster fire,

a near senile, geriatric elder,

doddering, decrepit, obsolete,

out-of-date, far past my prime.


Still I embrace my life’s remnants.

Never has time been more valued,

nature’s splendor more precious,

loved ones more deeply cherished.


I now take life day by day,

savoring each dawn as a gift.

Living is intensely relished.

I intend to try lingering longer.


Felix Gagliano, May 2023


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