Humor and Poetry in the Land of Red and Shed


From the Editor The PRP Survival Guide is a repository of experiences and insights shared by PRP patients and their caregivers. Collectively, the PRP community possesses a wealth of practical knowledge about pityriasis rubra pilaris. We also have a sense of humor or humour for those in need of a silent smile or a gregarious guffaw. (Been trying yo use “guffaw” in the PRP Survival Guide for the past four years. I managed to use “Balderdash” a few times … but I digress. Enjoy this section and feel free to share the Bright side of our Dark side. Humor & Humour

✽  Introducing the PRP 2020®  — NEW

✽  The Bright Side of the Darkside

 Murray’s Timesaver

✽  Cartoons from the Land of Red


We are not alone by Bill McCue

The Mountain by Laura Ding-Edwards and shared by Richard Lehman and Christopher Canning

  I’m reviewing the diagnosis (song parody) by Bill McCue

✽  Why to they stare when they are looking at me? by Alison B

✽  The Journey by Barry Gonen

✽  #66 — The Christmas from Hell by Bill McCue

✽  In the Red Zone by Steve Gray

✽  A changeling stole my skin by Abbie Cotrell

   I saw a spot by Bill McCue

   If the mountain seems too big today

  Molly’s smelly socks by Bill McCue

   PRP — The poem by Greg Shalless

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