This is an older poem I wrote and I now present it to you for World Poetry Day. I am no poet but I do from time to time feel in the groove to write poetry. And some are good and some not so good. But what counts is it sort of helps me work … Continue reading World Poetry day: It took
So I have been thinking a lot about the things we do to cope, our acceptance, and the things we do long-term to deal with illness. The changes we go through and the realizations we have over time. There are so many things we cannot control. The pain. External forces we have to deal … Continue reading Poem: Life Story
This poem is a migraine poem. I wrote it with a migraine about migraine onset. Shattered Blue, black, and red stars dance behind the mind Pain shatters within and breaks the world apart. What can I do but, crawl through infinity, to a new day to rue. Here comes Blue But Nothing Matters Shattered … Continue reading Poem: Shattered
This poem is presented to you by vertigo:
Time Lost days, melded into decades. Concentration, focus slid away. Memories erode and it all fades, Locked in infinite pain, time's prey.
So I had a horrible migraine stretch and I tried everything I could to temper the migraine. Nada. Nothing worked. I tried it again. And nothing. In times like these, a poem is called for. I tried ice And everything nice. I tried magnesium oil And a hat of aluminum foil. I tried … Continue reading Poem: I tried