A while ago I listed,

Walking cane uses that existed…

Here are some more

Are more in store?

Some of these together are twisted.

–Jonathan Caswell


–Clearing snow off car windows with the cane handle (not for ice)

–Picking dirty socks off the floor

–Pulling rubbish close enough to reach and dispose of

–use handle as a back scratcher (said before-?)

–lifting canvas bags  by loops so wife can grab them

–long reach to press auto door opener (handicapped door)

–tapping a friend on the other shoulder

–guiding pussycats back into their apartment—attempted!

–picking shoes or slippers up

–(nothing vulgar allowed here!)

–conversation piece when one cane is…out in the car, where it is now?, why not take with you?

–walk (almost) like Charley Chaplain

–prop you up when standing too long…from whichever direction one feels am falling

–not so good on freshly mopped floors or floors anointed with wet slush

–entertainment for onlookers due to use just prior to this one!

–a way to garner help from cashiers, passers by or others–even if still capable  😦

–one extra thing to juggle in your full hands

–conversation piece with other with same appliance

–one more thing to trip on  or kick

–one more thing to lose or forget

–a come-along for too-distant wheelchairs

–pulling wooden chairs closer–or pushing away!

–a way to knock that rear view mirror out of whack

–Not recommended  as a golf club or hockey stick     or for fencing practice!

–door opening preventer when opening car doo with that same hand

–not recommended for stirring soup!

–ANY MORE?????

–Jonathan Caswell


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About Jonathan Caswell

Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

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