Living with AIDS - Dying of AIDS - Being Remembered

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Poems on a parent’s reflections of a son’s life with AIDS through the stages of progressing deterioration, death, and remembering him long after. Shows alternating despair, hope, disappointment, elation, resignation, denial, eventual submission to the unavoidable and gradual acceptance.
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About Hans Wiesendanger

My career included scientific research, international business management and technology transfer. I have written a lot for my work, e.g. scientific publications and book chapters, educational manuals, publicity releases and marketing blurbs. For fun and relaxation, I have written poetry about things that affected me in positive and negative ways. Writing poems has helped me cope with difficult experiences, as well as intensified my joy in happy situations and events.

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K. C. Boone, MSFE reviewed on May 23, 2013

The overwhelming pain of watching a loved one suffer must cause us to be more grateful for the precious moments when all is well. Your poems are a great reminder.
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