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Apnea

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I count to ten.
Please breathe.
Any sound would be so sweet.
French horns pinched
And starved for air
Would be music to my ears.
Please breathe.
A jolt and gasp,
A tunnel bored,
No pantomime to bear.
Please breathe.
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Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: fear,sleep
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Bri Edwards 06 May 2018
(continued) ... then i was tested again and told i still had 'sleep apnea' but didn't need to use the machine, with hose and mask, while i slept. BUT my 'new' wife decided i still should, so i did........until SHE decided i should stop. i'm always AMAZED at how smart she is! ! ! HA HA! maybe she just likes to see if i do her bidding. interesting! bri ;)
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Bri Edwards 06 May 2018
i used a CPAP..continuous positive air pressure....machine at night for many years. it all started when my 'old' wife complained of my snoring. ....(cont.)
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Dr Antony Theodore 04 May 2017
Please breathe. A jolt and gasp, A tunnel bored, No pantomime to bear. Avery fine description of Apnea........ when the breath comes to a stillstand.? ? ? ? fine poem. tony
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