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Sonnet to our inner prophets

I do not believe John’s Revelation Projects a lit’ral future time at all. I never thought Nostradamus’ notions Were prophecy, though many he’d enthrall. I do believe th’undaunted human spirit Is more than capable of knowing truth; Though not from any … Continue reading

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Finding a community

I speak my truth and come to find In others, corresponding minds. I doubt that anyone would know The sheer relief to learn that’s so, Unless those people also feel The horror, knowing something’s real; And have to live that … Continue reading

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The curse of Morgellon’s Syndrome

Please note the corrected attribution on the photo.  You may read about this at this link. (I wrote this when I was feeling particularly low — no one medical professional will even try a dermascope to see what I know … Continue reading

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More disbelief

(This poem is not my best, by any stretch, but it says what I want it to say.  It concerns my confiding in a wound care nurse, well-known to me, the nature of Morgellon’s Syndrome.  She, like all before her, … Continue reading

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