She was standing there so present,
talking like it was nothing,
indistinguishable from the rest

An evil force drained her pale,
seized her throat,
forcing a last cry

For a few moments, the world was nothing
but to the world, she was everything
fighting to regain control of herself
as the room watched silently

After the war, she had nothing to show for it but lost time
so she lived her life, fighting and fighting

Ep`i*lep"tic (?), a. [L. epilepticus, Gr. : cf. F. 'epileptique.]

Pertaining to, affected with, or of the nature of, epilepsy.

 

© Webster 1913.


Ep`i*lep"tic, n.

1.

One affected with epilepsy.

2.

A medicine for the cure of epilepsy.

 

© Webster 1913.

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