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Voodoo wrote at 2012-11-16 05:48:03
"Seeds of Uranium" brought to my mind the radioactive seeds that they use in treating prostate cancer, or it could be "See some Geranium" which could reference a flower (as daffodils are mentioned later) which people often bring to the dying and or dead.  Many children grow to loose their fathers to prostate cancer.  And the "Don't bring me daffodils, bring me a bouquet of pills" brings to mind images of hospice care such as one might find in metastatic prostate cancer where people are suffering and wanting either pain management or the release of a final-exit suicide, but can't get either and they're crying to their son or daughter to bring them the pills.


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