THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY | the old proverbial recovery through ancient eyes

What do you see, what do you see?Are you thinking, when you look at me-A crabbit old woman, not very wise,Uncertain of habit, with far-away eyes,Who dribbles her food and makes no replyWhen you say in a loud voice,I do wish you’d try.Who seems not to notice the things that you doAnd forever is loosing a stocking or shoe.Who, unresisting or not; lets you do as you willWith bathing and feeding the long day is fill.Is that what you’re thinking,Is that what you see?Then open your eyes,nurse, you’re looking at me.

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