Under the spell of the trailing smoke
Following wherever I could Bogart some tokes
It’s alright for drug addicts but I’m just a man
Hitting it for anxiety, “Ere” was the grand plan
© 2012 Michael Yost 3/12
This week’s Trifecta challenge:
For our weekday challenge, we return to our regular one-word prompt. Check out the third definition of trail (below), and respond, using the word exactly as it appears, in no less than 33 and no more than 333 words.
We wish you well.
trail verb \ˈtrāl\
1 a: to hang down so as to drag along or sweep the ground
b: to extend over a surface in a loose or straggling manner <a vine that trails over the ground>
c: to grow to such length as to droop over toward the ground
2 a: to walk or proceed draggingly, heavily, or wearily : plod, trudge
b: to lag behind : do poorly in relation to others
USING THIS DEFINITION: 3: to move, flow, or extend slowly in thin streams
Medical use? Pass the dutchie.
In the 60’s and 70’s I used it medically, or did i? Oh well it’s been a long time… smiles
I bet it’s a lot cheaper than therapy. :o) I like this poem!
Thanks for coming by. You might want to check http://www.maps.org/. They promote this and other drugs for unconventional therapy.
I like that this isn’t just about getting high. It’s also nicely written.
Yup the baby boomers are the older generation now and can see uses for the drug besides the obvious one. Plus the parents of the Baby boomers are almost just history.