“The Beach Poems” by Ann Campanella

Expressing the Inexpressible through Poetry By Ann Campanella When I was in my early thirties, my mother began showing signs of Alzheimer’s. She was 41 when I was born, so I suppose it shouldn’t have been a shock to see her aging in this way. But it was.

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Meet Peter Maeck, author of “Remembrance of Things Present”

By Peter Maeck The experience of writing a poem, play, or story, or creating a photograph, is like riding a train through wonderful, unexpected scenery. When I wake up in the morning I hurry to get to work because I never want to miss that train. My train derailed the morning of my father’s Alzheimer’s…

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