Zimmer Frame

Displaying his balletic agility, and with
Perspiration violating his upper lip
Jim and his Zimmer are in harmony.
Man and machine bonded together.

A naturally graceful athlete Jim is
Finely tuned in mind and body
Ageing, an unnoticed triviality,
Eye-catchingly elegant he swings across the carpet

The Zimmer offers unheard of opportunities
Gliding into the dining room Jim sees
Resentful glances shouting silently and he
Thinks, “Really they’re applauding.”

(Chris)

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2 Responses to Zimmer Frame

  1. Peter Baxendale says:

    Brilliant, Chris-still an athletically fine tuned mind.Others will pass judgment on the body.

  2. delsmith444 says:

    Echoes of you climbing over a gate. Best Wishes Del Smith

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