March #SOLC17 Day 11
My head is pounding. In my skull. Almost always on the left side.
I move from the right to the left. The pressure alleviates the throbbing.
My head is pounding. In my eyes. Deep inside where it is dark.
I press my fingers into the sockets. The ache is temporarily relieved.
My head is pounding. Down through my neck. I sit up in bed and stretch, turning in all directions.
Crack. Pop. Snap. My head and neck are unhinged. The bulb and the stem; they are a bit looser now.
My head is pounding. The problem is in my breathing. I inhale deeply. Slowly. Exhale the same way.
My lungs are filling up. New and fresh air circulates through all the vital parts of my head, mind, and brain.
My head is pounding less. The space that my skull inhabits is calmer. The pain has subsided. Wellness now has a fighting chance.
Sleep is possible. The final act that will bring peace from my pounding head.