Robert Brendan

(1979 / Calgary)

Oldmanpain - Poem by Robert Brendan

poking plate feeling in
my chest from
my ribs feels as if
something’s going to give
and something else is
moving around
I move in a certain way
and it hurts in its own
and I'll move the same way
and it wont hurt one second
but then
I move differently and
it's the same pain
what worries me.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 17, 2005

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