Tag Archives: chronic illness

For These Small Mercies (we proffer thanks)

For These Small Mercies (we proffer thanks)   Today, so far at least, is one of gentle shattered-ness; welcome relief from yesterday’s griping pain and aches. An ever present undertow, of generalized discomfort, still leaves the space for a richly … Continue reading

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dis-ease is everywhere – illustrated poem

this poem is straight off the press – one of those rare occasions when the words gave themselves in a relatively short space of time. Expressing my current state of discomfort and dis-ease in some ways enables me to cope … Continue reading

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ACCORDION – Illustrated Poem

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Restless

I am posting this poem again ( although first posting in this illustrated version) as it very much reflects the subject matter of my most recent post on ‘Mal’s Murmurings’ – A CRY of SELF-PITY – an ATTEMPT to EXORCISE … Continue reading

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RESTLESS

    RESTLESS     shattered but even so muscle mind and bloated intestines resist   the urge to sleep each yawn stifled by fear   of what new ailment will inhabit this aching hulk of flesh skin and bones … Continue reading

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