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Marching Up And Down Again

Me feets, me feets. They hurt. And so do my calf muscles. And my lamb muscles. I done a walk today, just around the neighbourhood, to try to stop my legs seizing up after the hilly climbing yesterday. Stupid idea. … Continue reading

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Wave

What to do when your morning therapy session leaves you surrounded by the tattered pieces of your fragile sense of self worth? Go back to bed. Mutter. Snooze. Get up. Mutter. Drive to a nearby beach. Listen to the sound … Continue reading

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Uppington Crescent

I went outside for short, solitary walk. I heard birdsong all the way. When I got back there was candy from America waiting on the doorstep. I call that a successful day and am going back to bed.

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Sorrows

Many things contribute to the downward trend of my mental wellbeing, my incurable health conditions (yes, plural, because apparently only having one isn’t shitty enough); the fact that my health ruined my plans of late-bloom academic teaching and forced me … Continue reading

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Don’t Look At Me

Stupid dentists not being able to see people immediately. Stupid teeth being all stupid. Stupid me for all the amphetamines and Jolly Ranchers (the former from the distant past, the latter more recently). If you see me over the next … Continue reading

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Oh It’s Written In The Village Rolls…

Life is struggle, some just struggle less than others. To be Darwinian for a moment, eat the poor. No sorry, that’s eugenics, not Darwinism. What I meant to say was that some of us are closer to the bottom of … Continue reading

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Princess of Power

Hurty Monday. Isn’t that a song? It is now. A song with no melody and only ouchy muscle ouch for rhythm. Plus a smattering of syncopated hi-hat. And that scratchy percussion thing they let us play with at school. The … Continue reading

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