Dementia Bus

The glasses they give me
darken my vision, blur it

into shapes I can’t immediately
recognize. I’m supposed to

set the table for breakfast,
write a check for the electric bill,

put on the brown jacket—
not the blue jacket—

and sort the shirts in the laundry basket—
long sleeved from short.
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