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We are so excited to have read the lovely poem, in which "Yeye" (which means Grandfather in Chinese) and "Huilai" (which means "Come back" in Chinese) were all Chinese pronunciation.
We believe this type of poem was not only a mixture of different culture around the world, but also an inspiration from the real life (the author's grandfather might immigrant from China we guess).
Congratulations to the author for the excellent work and we appreciate the editor publishing this lovely poem.
Cox LG. A Sea Glass Mind: Reflection on a Grandfather’s Dementia. JAMA. 2021;326(5):445. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.8775
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