Dripping for Octpowrimo Day 5

 

Drip, drip, drip
go the drops
against the window

Drip, drip, drip
goes the glop
into my arm

Drip drip drip
go the pennies
from my bank account

Thank the Lord
it’s only once a year.

 

 

This morning I had my annual perfusion of unpronounceable medicine designed to strengthen my dodgy old bones. Appropriately, for the first time in weeks, the sky is thick and grey like curdled milk, and letting down its cargo on us.  The nice nurse has just gone, and I now await the inevitable side effect, three days of ‘flu.

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20 Responses to Dripping for Octpowrimo Day 5

  1. Tamara Woods says:

    I hope by now the medicine is done and you’re feeling more up to snuff.

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  2. whimsygizmo says:

    Awwww. Sorry, Viv. Praying it passes quickly this time.

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  3. The best part is that inspite of all those meds, your funny bones are intact Viv :D. Loved it..:)

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  4. I’m sorry that the infusion takes such a toll on you. I know several that have to go for them for different reasons.Mother Nature seems quite unhappy with us these days. We are suffering the pestilence while you suffer the floods and Kate deals with lack of rain. We each have something to contend with but your poem showed signs of brightening skies…or heart. Hugs

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  5. Candy says:

    Oh, this feels rather gloomy. Hope the sun shines on you soon.

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  6. Bastet says:

    What a marvellous way to face this particular problem … lots of humour and loved your sounds … I’m happy you were non involved in the terrible flood in your part of the world! Lots of hugs!

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  7. Sending lots of love and hugs, thanks for participating in OctPoWriMo even on the days that are draining. I enjoy seeing you (so to speak) every year.

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  8. Ah yes, the dripping, white season will soon dawn upon us!

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  9. colonialist says:

    A fluid that gives your ‘flu id is not good news! But if it does work on dem bones I suppose it is worth it.

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  10. katechiconi says:

    Yet more confirmation that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger… Please send your rain. We need it so badly.

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  11. October.. what a misery when the rain comes, and that ‘flu to top that…

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