Noses (Photo credit: robynejay)

Throat sore and raw edged

Head overcast, clogged proboscis

Cold chills tingling spine

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  1. Oh my….hope you feel better soon.

  2. A piece of ginger root in a cup, couple of squeezes of fresh lemon juice, spoonful of honey, hot water. Stir and sip. Repeat as necessary.

  3. I feel your pain Lou, you described it in your poem perfectly. Get better.

    • you had worse than this though–mine seems to sound worse than it is–but it is miserable

  4. I’m suffering from the same – only you make it sound kind of beautiful. Get well….

  5. Feel better soon!

  6. Feel better soon!

  7. I love the photo you included.

  8. I refuse to click on the “like” button because I don’t like this at all :(. Get better soon my friend!

  9. Not ‘liking’ the fact you’re sick……….. hoping you feel better soon Diane

    • thank you so much–I don’t like feeling this way either–thanks for caring

  10. Ugh.
    Tis the season…
    Hang in there!

    • it is isn’t it–they should have shots for the cold–I got my flu shot

      • That’s interesting…I know several people who have gotten sick after getting the flu shot….?….

      • well that is the pits!

  11. You will feel better soon my friend!


  12. Get well soon. Trite, but I can’t think of a better way to say it. 🙂

  13. Hope you feel better quicker than I am – Im working on week 6 of my cold. I can empathise with the stuffed proboscis.

    • six weeks! I am so sorry–that is really miserable–I am going to stop complaining

  14. Ouch – get well soon!

  15. Buuu…on the misery!
    Get well soon Lou Ann 🙂

  16. Great poem. Hope you get better soon.

  17. Oh no! Rest and feel better!

  18. Ugh…feel better my friend.

  19. Feel better soon!

  20. And today?

  21. Sorry you’re ill! I hope you’re on the mend now! ~ Sheila

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