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Bri Edwards
Bri Edwards Eureka / United States, 69
Profession :
retired usps clerk
Education :
quit college

About Me : Added May 3rd, 2017 for two years on my PH site, i have had/sponsored/producesd a showcase/display of poems (primarily) from PH poets, mostly from some of my PH ... more »

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Bri Edwards's last comments on poems and poets

  • POEM: Limerick-The Tippler by Loke Kok yee (6/24/2017 5:16:00 PM)

    WILL YOUR NEXT POEM BE ABOUT A MAN WITH DIARRHEA? I CERTAINLY AM LOOKING FORWARD TO SHIT. I MEAN 'TO IT'.

    BRI :)

  • POEM: Limerick-The Tippler by Loke Kok yee (6/24/2017 5:13:00 PM)

    WHERE did you find this photo of me? ? ?

    maybe spent, not spend here. yes, it WAS beer! and again i must pee, i fear. to the loo please, me, steer.

    but..............WHAT'S SO FUNNY ABOUT THIS! ! ! IT'S A MEDICAL CONDITION!

    TO MYPOEMLIST IT GOES. GOES. GET IT?

    AND INTO JULY 2017'S SHOWCASE OF AND FOR PH POETS, ON MY SITE.

    THANKS, BRO.

    BRI ;)

  • POEM: Mother by yoonoos peerbocus (6/24/2017 4:17:00 PM)

    You’ve just learned from your OB-GYN that your baby is situated in a breech position. What does this mean for you and your little one? Breech babies are situated in the uterus with their feet pointing down and their heads tucked under your rib cage. Not the optimal position for delivery. But most babies bounce back and forth from a feet-down to head-down position throughout pregnancy. Those who get stuck feet-first in the later stages of pregnancy are known as breech.

    According to Dr. Andrew Jenis, chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Cortland Memorial Hospital in Cortland, New York, at 28 weeks gestation about 30 percent of all babies present in the breech position, but by full term, many turn on their own (3 to 4 percent of babies arrive in the world feet first) .
    Types of Breech Presentation

    Frank Breech: This is the most common breech position (65 to 70 percent of all breech babies are in this position) . In this presentation, Baby’s bottom comes first, his legs flexed at the hip and his knees extended (with his feet near his ears) .

    Complete Breech: A complete breech baby looks like he is sitting cross-legged in the womb (with his hips and knees flexed) .

    Footling Breech: Footling breech babies have one foot stretched out and the other tucked underneath, much like a bird standing on one foot. This is a rare breech position for full-term babies, but is common with premature fetuses.

    Kneeling Breech: This is a very rare position in which the baby is in a kneeling position, with one or both legs extended at the hips and flexed at the knees.
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    are 'you' happy to be OUT! ?

    you shall figure out who you are eventually, i hope!

    i don't understand all of it. i still am puzzled by your use of a period after some words, followed immediately by more words, with no space after the period. hmm?

    bri :)

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