Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Kidney Stone Choke Point


I my admission
despair refused
left latest expert

med team idiots
misery despondency
dejection realizing

embracing
truth insist own
diagnosis

in another echo
not listening
hospital insist

own self
diagnosis
symptoms

case
fight own
cause

took
prescribed
two

days
drugs
fled

incompetence
hospital
emergency

room
crime
scene

sentence
two more days
agony spent

at
home on
top

of bed
not
moving

never
sleeping
agony

sweat
norm
night

applying
mild
pressure

on a kidney
stone choke
agony point

now two weeks
plus on top of bed
no sleeping nights

fretful sucking
in pain trying
bit day sleeping

approaching
last dregs total
exhausting

into black out
hallucinations
prove surreal

severe sleep deprivation
strange inflicts shadows
as dark snake apparitions

dying dying by degrees
reducing pain in delirium
mind is agony escaping


Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013
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Split image from the poem 'Fatal Impact' by Terence George Craddock.

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