Dust : Seven Breaths


His son said His (cough) annoying cough, in every sentence, up with the phlegm.

In Sixties, a child (cough)  I kept at him ‘Have a drink of water, Dad.’

In retirement (cough)  he climbed Lake District moutains up through forests, Ben Nevis, coughing every sentence.

2000s  specialist asked (cough) whether he had worked with Asbestos.

‘Only cleaning boilers when (cough) I was young.’

Asbestos dust thickens (cough) his lungs (pleura), diffuse pleural thickening, drying  lungs (cough) branches and twigs


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