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    dots Submission Name: Filmingdots

    Author: caballero7137
    ASL Info:    22/m/victoriaville
    Elite Ratio:    0.72 - 9/104/123
    Words: 91
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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       Currently my grandfather on my mother's side is in the ICU and fighting for his life. In this piece , you get a chance to borrow my eyes and see briefly what I saw and how I felt during my visit in late January at the hospital.

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    Not recognizable
    for my eyes,
    miles of serpent tubing
    spearing through
    all his ageing veins
    and wrinkly fleshy skin.
    A dull silver Excalibur
    intubated into his throat,
    building a fragile bridge
    between the one lung
    and the outside world.
    A 1929ís original
    mechanical piece
    thumping and
    compressing and
    and unpredictably
    at any moment
    of any day
    as he lies in bed
    with his organs
    slowly being drizzled
    by his lively blood
    through a mysterious
    internal breakage
    amongst his piping.

    Submitted on 2007-02-01 21:32:25     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      That is sad
    i know watching someone in that condition has to be hell
    that had me fighting back tears
    my gf watched her grandfather die the week after last thanksgiveing
    my grandmother died about this time last year
    this kind of [censored] tears me up so im gone leave ti at that while i can see to type
    good luck
    | Posted on 2007-02-01 00:00:00 | by Dark Romeo89 | [ Reply to This ]

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