The Worst Day

She sobbed , for a very long time; going beyond despair, at the pain she is in, the ongoing lack of response, no matter how hard we fight, the incomprehension of professionals and neighbours, who just have no idea of the deadly agony she is in, the injustices we both suffer. The cry came from her deepest pain-wracked,paralysed, tormented ,massively deteriorated self. Yesterday was the worst day.

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