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by Jane Drebus
MS could mean "mighty splendid"
It could mean "more sensation"
Or maybe "mostly sore"
But it doesn't
It means being bone tired
It means being lonely and afraid
MS means no reliability, no guarantees
MS is mine to tackle and fight
It's within me every day.
Sometimes it hurts; oh, God, it hurts
It changes everything
One day I couldn't spell it
The next day I had it
It's hard to pronounce
The next day we were intimate
What a pernicious invader.
MS takes over your life.
by Jane Drebus
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