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So now I have a conundrum
as I am bleeding from my bum.
That’s not how it’s supposed to be,
since I’ve had an ostomy.
Once a long, long time ago,
I used to bleed each time I’d go.
But since I had my ostomy,
all that bleeding stopped for me.
I raised my arms in jubilation,
when I had my operation.
I thought that all my pain had gone
and from my bum the sunshine shone.
I thought that I was freed from pain,
but now it’s coming back again.
Now I have an apprehension
that this thing will need attention.
This type of thing you can’t avoid,
if you have burst a haemorrhoid.
I do not like the thought of this
that I should bleed each time I piss.
I can say that I was shocked
and my little world was rocked.
What could I have done instead
to stop my bum from running red.
I always thought that it was sad
that I still had to wear a pad.
But now I think it’s just as well
for with my blood it now does swell.
I hope that it will not last long
and perhaps there’s nothing wrong.
There’s nothing in that passageway,
so maybe it will go away.
Reproduced by kind permission of Bill Withers.
A BLEEDING PAIN IN THE BUM
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