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Image (c) 2008, Karla Dorman


Muscles strained to the snapping
point, spine threatening to fold like
a deck of cards.  Don't know which
way to turn without screaming--hurts
to walk, sit, breathe.  Should be used
to this, but I'm not:  life, with back pain.

(c) 2008, Karla Dorman

 



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Reviewed by Sheila Roy
Oh, now this is one I can totally relate to! I just had my back surgery on July 29th. A disc fusion with a stomach entry. Been recovering ever since. I'm wearing my back brace right now. Not sure the surgery will have done me much good. Your description of the pain is perfect, Karla! So many times, I thought my back would snap in half. It's so exhausting, too. Stay strong.

PS. Not sure of your injury type. My hubby had back surgery for a herniated disc. He's found some relief with the Elaine Petrone Method, which is a ball(s) you lay on to rebalance/realign the spine. For my circumstances, it would be dangerous. Check with a doc first - his was prescribed, but I know you can buy them over the counter.
Sheila
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
gee I felt the pain in this Karla, but you're strong enough to overcome,
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Yes, sometimes one wished to lie in bed and send the world where peppers grow...but then again, we can let pain decide for us can we? so with a grunt we move the old bones into plass, stretched those lazy muscles and run like a wind...on our minds.

Georg
Reviewed by Jon Willey
-- ouch! -- back pain, that dreaded physical disorder -- I have been wearing a prescription transdermal patch on my back off and on for five years to combat the same problem -- my sympathy to you Karla -- I know from here you speak -- may your pain subside and decide to permanently retreat from your back -- God bless -- JMW
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
What a beautiful picture how sorry I am you are suffering.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
I suffer from Austioarthritus from my neck to me lower back and both hips and NOOOOOOOOOO we never get use to pain Karla. PAIN HURTS and there are a good many nights i keep poor Fred awake from crying with so much pain and I swear there are times I think I just can't take anymore, hang in there dear. Take a nice bath and TRY to relax. Know you are in my prayers and thoughts.

Newfie Hugs are on the way, Rose
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
i HAVE BACK PAIN FROM ARTHRITUS. i TAKE aspirin for it, should not take it so much, but it is the only pain releiver I can afford. Alieve is so expensive. I am on limited budget. My back hurts now from the moving and all. I did help with lifting some. It's all done now but the unpacking of more boxes. Taking my time cause am in pain. I can relate to you. Prayers for you and me tonight too.
Don't mind at all doing that for a good person like you.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
ouch--so sorry--
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Ouch something I can relate to keep pressing on Karla and I will keep praying
In Christs Love
Michelle~
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
A double ouch! My son has suffered with back pain for many years and I hurt nearly as much as him--emotionally--when I know he is in pain. Your poem really paints a painful picture. Blessings.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
ouch,,, years ago I had a disc that blew,,, I will never forget the pain I had prev. for 3 years... Hope you get the right diagnosis,, as it is unbearable.. Take Care Karla,
Love,Christine
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
"Pain Level Red" -- a very appropiate title for this intense, descriptive poem of agony. Exceptionally well expressed! I send energies of love and prayer, dear Karla!
Reviewed by Charlie
OUch! and what a sky-shot! --Charlie
Reviewed by E T Waldron
I commiserate with you hoping my pain will lessen as I go to the mountain lakes. My prayers are with you Karla

Love,
ET
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
So sorry to hear this, Karla, and I hope you're feeling better soon.
Reviewed by Cynthia Buhain-Baello
Hello dear Friend,

I hope you get better soon. Love you.

Cynthia
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
Hope your feeling well soon! I am blessed and only have minor trouble with my back, but my mom had to have her spine rebuilt with rods and screws, my brother has bone spurs on his spine, and my sister has buldging disks...so yes, I count my blessings for my back. You're in my thoughts and prayers. Oh, and thank you my friend for your heartfelt review of my Boomer, it's been rough....school started last week so it helps fill the void, but the evenings are lonesome. I'm almost caught up with my garden work and canning, and getting back in the swing of work...so to fill my void at home in the evenings I'll be back at the den with all my wonderful friends, I know it will help heal the wound and the loss.
Blessings from Ky.
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
*OW* This one made ME hurt!! Vividly imaged; one feels the pain you feel and wishes they could do something to ease it. Very well penned, Karla; brava!

(((gentle hugs))), much love, and prayers~

As always, your twin, Karen Lynn. :(
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