Monthly Archives: October 2011

TREATY

TREATY No fanfare, this treaty I’ve hammered out, just injectable gold liquid and pills. Multicolored capsules sometimes, but generally pills: hexagonal, the geometry of relief. Ardent ambassadors, doctors insist the treaties supplying liquid gold and little pills deliver hope. They … Continue reading

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ANNUAL EASTERN SUMMIT

In Troy, NY this last week, the American Pain Foundation held its annual Eastern Summit for their volunteer State Leaders of the Foundation’s Action Network. It was three days of presentations and discussions designed to help new leaders learn the … Continue reading

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BLIND MUSE

Remember the title of my blog: BLIND MUSE Part blind, a man in caverned space, tunnel sighted, I’ve stumbled on my dead spot bloomed in darkness, branded Off Limits. Incipient Nothing flowers my settled world, offers insight to my sightless … Continue reading

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ADOPTION

After our pal, Hunter, an 11 year old pure bred golden retriever died, my wife and I decided to live for a time without a dog as part of our family. This we decided after over 25 years with 3 … Continue reading

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