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    Disconnected Brain (Again!)

    I'm trying so hard
    to understand
    what is being said
    but its pointless
    with an epileptic head
    where the hell
    are my little orange pills
    I can't find them
    at a time when I
    need them most
    I rang a friend
    at 5.30 am
    I don't think I'll last
    the time it takes
    for her to arrive
    but I hope I can
    So I'll stay on Litnet
    till help comes
    Before sunlight can shine through a window, the blinds must be raised - American Proverb

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    Still, on a chalk plateau Bar22do's Avatar
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    Get hold of LitNet it's the best remedy! even though not orange (but look under your keyboard for the little pills!). And from what you say so deftly one understands that you also know what's being said! Ah, and: HOPE is stronger than THOUGHT. Be well, for this poem is well done. Bar

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    a hearty bowl of porridge
    helps a great deal
    I shouldn't be cooking
    any type of meal
    it upsets other people
    and puts them in doubt
    but I can't just lie down
    and wait this feeling out

    (checked myb bags and drawe3rs - no blasted magic orange pills!!!)

    PS I hate rhyme mode thinking (lol)
    Before sunlight can shine through a window, the blinds must be raised - American Proverb

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    Did you actually type this while waiting? There is a sense of nervous energy in it. If so, I hope you were/are all right!
    "As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being." --Carl Gustav Jung

    "To absent friends, lost loves, old gods, and the season of mists; and may each and every one of us always give the devil his due." --Neil Gaiman; The Sandman Vol. 4: Season of Mists

    "I'm on my way, from misery to happiness today. Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh" --The Proclaimers

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    I also hope this story has a happy ending.

    Talk about suffering for one's art..... I can think of easier methods of seeking inspiration (lol).
    Having said that, I did enjoy reading them. H

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    You have turned your suffering into art. You are a transducer of poetry!

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    WE are always here, orange pills or not, and as you can see from the foregoing there are many of us who care for your poems - and for you.

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    thanks everyone. You're my virtual family! I am feeling much better now and no seizure which is always a good thing.
    Before sunlight can shine through a window, the blinds must be raised - American Proverb

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