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LIVING WITH ALS – My Thorn . . .

The ALS hours In the Early morning hour I sit alone quietLy. Hoping, praying I hear your voice. I sit alone . . . And pray and . . . Wait.. Now and then, a tear runs down my cheek … Continue reading

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A man from the darkness seemingly, from the light enters in thru Tupelo Changing everything in sight Darkness does that . . . Determines which seeds are sown Thorns and weeds choke the growing Gardens turn to blight Death comes … Continue reading

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“Asking only workman’s wages, I come looking for a job, And I get no offers, Only “come-ons” from the whores of 7th Avenue.” Therefore, in light of wisdom of the years as seen through these insightful lines , what follows … Continue reading

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