Ok so on Thursday I forgot to do my science homework, s 11pm and I forgot to do it. I forgot to do my homework? I forgot my homework!
Decline his offer a new trial treatment with no history Commence within two days with Chemotherapy. The campaign for a cure now begins Wake up in the night to use the bathroom, I attempt to move but my body wont allow. Sickness, injections and treatment to attempt to make a mend The routine continues for many a week The effect on my nails, they are now soft and weak My hair has all gone my eyebrows are few Rashes on body and mouth ulcers too.
The ending is near, worry sets in If it does not work, what is the next plan. Tests are taken and send to the consultant. My Consultant calls he wants to see me. I wait in reception nervously.
Time is ticking on and on. Waiting lists and schedules are all running late Every tick on the clock I need to know my fate. He calls my name, I enter his room He ask me to sit as he examines the files He coldly informs me the Chemo has worked.
The scan shows no sign of residual tumours It is all over the best of all news Regular monitoring now for the next five years. Many days later the news sinks really in All count your blessing for what have might have been The smells of the Drugs of the Chemo they use The sounds of the wards, the squeaking of nurses rubber shoes.
The Sight of a drip or a hospital bed The Chemo scorched veins, showing you are not dead The feeling never goes; your life has changed.
Things have a new prospectus, you have now aged.
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Teacher, I did my homework, I really did! You see, I left the school and went straight home, just as I always do. I had everything I needed. I didn’t forget anything. It was a beautiful day. The sky was blue and it was warm with a small breeze.
I went inside and grabbed a snack. I took it outside. What is Low Latent Inhibition. What exactly is Low Latent Inhibition? Latent inhibition.
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jalejos1. 4 years ago. i think this poem is amazing. this exact same thing happened to me my sophomore & junior year but i survived. i envy how easily you can express yourself with words.
it is a really cool gift to have. The best opinions, comments and analysis from The Telegraph. James Howard Kunstler is the author of many books including (non-fiction) The Geography of Nowhere, The City in Mind: Notes on the Urban Condition, Home from Nowhere, The Long Emergency, and Too Much Magic: Wishful Thinking, Technology and the Fate of the Nation.