WDYS # 136 -A Roundup post

Migraine

My head is ready to explode

Tears of pain seep through closed eyelids

I’m desperate for relief, even a little bit

Holding my head and praying for a miracle

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Wonderful response again this week in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our lovely participants.

Michnavs; Words

Chris Hall; Insomnia

Radhika; Emotional emancipation

Reena; Sorrow

Keith; A few words- Sweet sorrow

Sri; Shades of pain

SadiRose; Please make it stop

Jim; Anguish

Grace; End distress

Di; Tears of yesterday

Susi; Grief stricken

Suzette; About face

Fandango; Anguish

Ken; Black mascara heartbreak

Maria; It’s all in my head

David; Not in random access memory

Ami; No world

Jude; Inanimate whispers -2

Eugenia; Sensitivity

Kittyverses; It isn’t just black and white

Yinglan; Hard life

Punam; My story

Aboli; Despair

Lakshmi; Every day moments

Indira; What do you see # 136

Jules; Private enclave

Nope, not Pam; Journey

Khushi; Homeless

Selma; Mirror mirror in your head

Jenna; Feeling un- magical

Mayuri; Gloomy eyes

Maya; War trauma

Pamelap; Looking for something

Jane; False product

Greg; Darkness falls

Deborah; Her face

I am grateful to all those who have read, shared and commented on these posts.

I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm, PKT.

Thanks for reading.

#Keepitalive

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56 thoughts on “WDYS # 136 -A Roundup post

          1. I have a good friend who’s suffered from them for years, and they are sometimes debilitating for her if she doesn’t take the meds in time. I’ve only had one in my entire life and it’s hard to describe to people who’ve never had one, how bad it is.

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            1. I used to have them a lot when I was younger. Now, I take precautions. My daughter in law gets them quite frequently. She is getting treatment for her. And yes, you’re right that it’s hard to describe them to those who haven’t experienced them.

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        1. It’s almost gone now. Perhaps the reason was the training from my late father in law who told me to disregard the nastiness and worries created by malicious people. That greatly helped me.

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