Poems about Health

A friend of a friend of a friend, But really in the endit's just some guy on which you depend
Psalm 71:8-9 8 I praise you constantlyand speak of your splendor all day long.
As he lay in bed,thoughts running through his head Bed ridden for life, no more going home
Things will hurt That won't change Pain is a constant But at least there's sun There's laughter
High and low Never normal Always fighting Am I losing the battle Some days it feels like it
Time Bomb Constantly ticking down An invisible timer Even to me When it goes off What will happen
Sitting on a wooden floor the sunlight is shining in.    The world around me is moving, not stopping to listen.
Our memories arn't enough, I don't think im that tough. I miss you like crazy, come back to me baby.
tears spilled in closet nobody knows or cares i'm alone again
Dear Girl, You sit on the floor and you cry Clawing and scratching at your skin like an animal deep within you is trying to escape  Marks

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