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cold summer by Charles Bukowski

not as bad as it could be but bad enough: in and out of the hospital, in and out of the doctor’s office, hanging by a thread: “you’re in remission, no, wait, 2 new cells here, and your platelets are … Continue reading

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The Song of the Wreck by Charles Dickens

The wind blew high, the waters raved, A ship drove on the land, A hundred human creatures saved Kneel’d down upon the sand. Three-score were drown’d, three-score were thrown Upon the black rocks wild, And thus among them, left alone, … Continue reading

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