Category Archives: Poetry

Stenosis Redux

Today started out RED with streaks of BLACK and then it faded to WHITE. That’s when the morphine kicked in. I wanted to scream.  I had no mouth. Tomorrow will start out RED with streaks of BLACK.  Then, it will … Continue reading

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AN ANALYTICAL DISCUSSION AND CRITIQUE OF “SMART” PHONES

  William S. Burroughs has nothing on me. Ken Kesey has nothing on me.   Life in the Interzone Doesn’t compare with Life in the Innerzone. The Further bus, well, Maybe it was better than what I’ve got.   But … Continue reading

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I FEEL LIKE THAT VIET KONG

I feel like that Viet Kong that got lost in his tunnel and he wandered and he wandered and he walked all hunched over because the tunnels were never really tall enough to stand up in Except in the operating … Continue reading

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STENOSIS

Today started out out burning RED with streaks of BLACK and then it faded to WHITE. That’s when the morphine kicked in. White noise fills my ears.  White light burns my eyes. White heat melts my bones. I wanted to … Continue reading

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SHE LOVED HIM

She Loved Him May19, 2013 She loved him like She loved the old sofa. She no longer saw him. A familiar shape In a worn out fabric A faded shadow In a tasteless design He left the room and she … Continue reading

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FOUR LITTLE WORDS

FOUR LITTLE WORDS     Four little words, For better or worse.   She charged the battery for his wheelchair and went into what used to be her sewing room for his oxygen and an electric rush flashed through her … Continue reading

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BECAUSE I CAN

BECAUSE I CAN #3 by Charles A. Clemens I made some calls yesterday. Getting prices on an electric wheelchair or something. This is worse than when I got blown up. Around four this morning, after laying awake in bed for … Continue reading

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