Saturday, February 07, 2009

Memory Loss



Memory loss
Memory lose
Me m y l se
me o l s
m o e
s e
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7 comments:

the broken down barman said...

really like this, my man. very clever . was a bit drunk the other night, what would you expect!! re reading my comment it seemed very harsh. not waht i was meaning. sorry!!!!

Stephen Nelson said...

nice n concretey!

I like it!

Jim Murdoch said...

Nice idea. Not new but effective. Have a look at Edwin Morgan's 'Archives' and Tauba Auerbach's 'Startling'.

McGuire said...

Not new but definitely an effective look at memory loss.

I'm not a huge conrete poetry fan but I have the time for it now and the. You may well remember my 'car park poem' - unimaginative perhaps but definitely effective conrete examples.

Rachel Fox said...

The site called ink, sweat and tears like stuff like this. Give them a try.
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memory disorder said...

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Memory loss can be partial or total and it is normal when it comes with aging. Sudden memory loss is usually a result of brain trauma and it may be permanent or temporary. When it is caused by medical conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, the memory loss is gradual and tends to be permanent. Otherwise the condition is temporary and only affects memories relating to a portion of one's experience.
Brain trauma is not the only factor that can cause sudden memory loss. It may appear as a side effect of statin drugs that are used as treatment for those who have hypercholesterolemia. Major causes of sudden loss of memory are strokes. Other causes are long lasting and recurrent illnesses such as meningitis or epilepsy. thanks for let us post information about this topic

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