tingle, hands burning
What’s the deal
After all these years typing
How could you do this
You click away, wrist lights up
Can’t stop now
Fingers, please don’t fail me
You must help
I’ll slow down
You still have more words to type
Carpal tunnel hurts
Today at d’Verse, Grace asked us to write a poem personifying a body part. I chose to write about my hand that seems to be developing carpal tunnel syndrome. My fingers get numb and sometimes I wake up in the night with my hand feeling like it is on fire. I have cut back on my typing, switched to my left hand for the mouse, got a wrist brace, and do some exercises to stretch out the tendons. It is much better that it was a couple of months ago.
Today I am trying the Shadorma form for my poetry for the first time. I hope I got it right!
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