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Poetry - the final day

This January's series of poetry writing tasks has been fun.  I managed to work on a few new forms which I haven't been able to in the past and kept to one subject throughout; dementia.  Again, this is something I haven't done before.  As always, I should spend more time revising and editing my ideas but as usual, the time has just slipped away.  Next time...
Airbourne Soar high, up so high Run free forever, Choose your path – you can travel them all
Travel them all, take your time All time is yours now Breathe deeply, throw leaves in the air
Crisp leaves are airbourne, breathe the world in Where will you go? Meet friends, embrace your family
Your family is waiting for you Go towards them, you are safe Be at peace now, all confusion is gone.