there are 11 types of pain
classified by tissue, type & frequency
but I find nowhere written
1 that equals the knife twist
of your absence
I am always so impressed Susan when you can say so much with just a few lines. You are so talented. I know this pain of absence, when all I want to do is be there 😦
Oh, Suzy, thank you! As for the ouch–yes, it can be a big one… But definitely worth it.
You have quite a way with words. Powerful post.
oh, thank you!
Thanks, sis. Hey–I just remembered! Didja come up with a Yoruba name for me yet?
Oh yea…I didn’t send the mail?!? Oh my…ok. Will inbox it on Facebook, this instant lol. This poem is wonderful
Oh, thank you, Boomie–Love the name & your comment!
Ko Tope :). Don’t mention
Thanks, Nelle. Had to do it when the pain management doc I was editing mentioned those 11 kinds of pain…
That elicited a gasp from me.
Wow, Julie, thank you!
“knife twist of your absence” – wow, who could have thought of it but you 🙂
Aw, shucks–thank you!
wow….this is strong! so much power, so much force, so much said, with such piercing and melting effect !
Thanks, Noel–this was an occupational hazard. What else was I to do when one of my clients mentioned there were “11 types of pain…?” Had to go with it!
Very nice. I love your play on words!
oh, thank you!
🙂 you are most welcome! thank you for sharing!!
This is so beautifully powerful, Susan. Wow!
Thanks so much, Celestine!
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