Nat S Ford (natf) wrote,
Nat S Ford

More words from the paper journal

He would visualise the weather-pain as something hugely massive — like an entire galaxy — bearing down upon each of the painful locations; eyeballs, temples, eyebrows, forehead, neck and the site of every prior joint or bone injury (of which there were many). Ironically, though, these weather-pain and migraine events would happen in times of low and/or falling barometric pressure, so a better visual metaphor might be black holes pulling on strings or threads tethered to each of those points of pain.

Written on paper and typed in later.
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