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Poem for 30 March 2015

Huel’s on his deathbed; Eddie’s broken a hip.

Chris broke his shoulder when he totaled his car; Philip lost his job.

Mom fell and got a concussion; Lloyd Ray’s mother’s in and out of the hospital. 21 more words

Poems And Prayers


A six-year siege is hard on the eyes.
You spend so much time
standing and squinting through wavy summer air
and flurries of snow
trying to discern movements in, movements out. 145 more words

Flowers by the Bed - a last vigil

By Lexi Welch

This pretty rose is one of the flowers I’m looking at whilst I sit next to my grandmother’s bed and write this post. 1,314 more words


The "Lesbian Bed Death"

You’ve all heard about it, or experienced it. A study from the early 1980s showed that lesbian couples in committed relationships have less sex than any other type of couple. 374 more words


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Death Bed Agony - It may not be what it seems

We have all witnessed, in movies at least, the scenes of an agonizing death, one that we wished could be cut short for the poor person experiencing horrible last minutes on earth. 497 more words


Anna von Hausswolff - Deathbed

I really do think music and art is a way for like minds to connect with one another over oceans, over time, reach out, and find each other, share condolence, and admire. 134 more words