Can you have Ron Jeremy
Wolfe’s statue in your life?
He was your bold blood
As thick as the ideological similarities.
Typical scholar legalized the higher numbers.
Bring the class back.
An ancient work being grazed from literature.
Tacos roam from discussion.
Mayo on top of dead reasoning.
Accidentally discharged on my left hand.
Cat practicing the think of dreams.
The bell is Mexican because of a curse.
She can teach many.
The corridors rode slightly back
And drew up. Finally,
Coffee table again. The smell
Related to taxation.
Strategy teaches and keeps.
Sculpt the dichotomy.
Strategies of beer companies’ Frankish doctor.
The symbolic story extends
Dick in hand from behind the bar.
41 authors reflected what is the purest form of together.
Tennyson’s poem states questions aren’t questions,
Calling town the streetwise dupes.
The scrawlings of the bored exploited.
Walsh states its name.
Envisioned the deep,
The poor workers
Having seen glimpses of the grains
Of barley and rye
Of the poor farmers.
One dollar girds the increase cooler below.
And at the door stanza
Behavior communicated beyond specialty and field.
The one stanza leaned power.
29 reverends of Camelot towered large caliber actions.
Though the road runs lowered to the camera,
He, the customers, include the name of the city.
If the cornerstone happened
Inviting nature of gold to the communicator,
The bed with all the pillows and the sun
Would begin to peek through
The lace curtains that just happened.
I was in a twilight world between
The dying faces of the crowd.
I could conceive other four senses.
Because of the after.
Because all is from care.
I tried to keep his son
From glancing up from the paper,
Taking his eyes from the making of a mess.
Ned heard of pouch.
The rock in the coffee.
Stone differs drastically.
The edge in its simplest.
Subtle form of style.
Feelings of the strings.
Bellow of until.
The store music led.
Hopelessness echoing laughter.
Where both he noticed.
Intended stupid was.
The how plays bow.
Most hunter places.
She gave him a good.
Sling he leans.
Steady, himself theme.
He grasps at disconnection.
VW and speed meshed launch.
Force needed to the edge.
The size of allowed energy.
Table spins it at the end.
Sound effects for the most.
Perfectly plays target.
Hard kick to homeless.
Film making takes information like flowery script
To symbolize camera leaning cobwebs.
Postponement from the day pins hands
Played by reason that they can the wall doodles.
The white fancy looping of cherries
That look like the Haitian people.
Swarm squiggles over a crumpled audience
About the cultural witchdoctor.
The group of cursive has turned into an island.
The thing about living with chronic pain is that you forget that it is there. It becomes the baseline. The normal. The only times that you even remember that you are in pain is when you do something that causes it to flare up or when for some unexplained reason the pain temporarily goes away.
The flare ups are normal. You expect them. You have learned the work arounds. Over the last year or so people have become used to seeing you rubbing your shoulder. They no longer ask you if you are OK. Or if you need help lifting that box. That is just who you are the person that whines about your bum shoulder. Although, you never actually whine. You don’t even acknowledge the pain. The shoulder rubbing is just reflex.
But even them, the people that can no longer stand how much you complain about your arm (You never complain about your arm.), they don’t even notice the limp that you have been suppressing for the last 17 years. You don’t even remember the way it felt the last time it flared up. You just washed a couple of aspirins down with your last glass of water before bed and then complained about the strange bout of insomnia that you were having that night because not even you notice the intense pain that is keeping you awake.
But when the pain goes away. Those rare days when you wake up whistling, when you want to jump down the stairs, when you want to go to the park and join a pick up, but you don’t. That is when you realize something is wrong. You don’t do any of those things because you know that something is very wrong.
You remember the daily pain and pull back from living. Your normal daily activities are now too dangerous to attempt because you don’t want to shorten this ever too brief respite. Now, you know something is very wrong.
You want to go to the doctor and make him fix it. You want some sort of diagnosis. It must be something. Your doctor must have some cure. But you feel better, so you can’t bring yourself to go. You will talk to the doctor when it hurts again, but it is too late. The pain is back, and you have already forgotten what it feels like.