Glass Poetry Press

Volume Six Issue One
Special Feature: The Poetry of Aurora House

Denise Price

Something I Will Never Forget

When my daughter was passing away, that was a real hurtful time for me, because I was not even able to say goodbye to her, even though I had taken care of her. That morning of her passing we had to call 911 because she had stopped breathing and her sugar count had gone up very high. They were able to bring her to. She was very weak and tired. She had to go to dialysis that same morning. Again it took a lot out of her. When she came back home again very weak, she couldn't even eat very much. The doctors had given her some pain pills, which I went out to sell so I could get high.