Poems about Health
Fall back through,
Gargling spinal cord, you are laughing through the depths of a twist in the harkened vertebrae—the garbage smells, and it's passé.
When all your pieces have been shattered, thrown away like you have never mattered.
I am the tree that silently falls in the forest. I am the dog that listens without a word.
Sorrows Never Cease They simply live within. If they would just ease We would live without sin.
What day is it? Today is Monday, Judy. She asks 5 more times. My husband is picking me up today.
The sun is shining Yet there is thunder in the sky Pain is in the air And drops are on the pavement
My scars tell a story you don't want to hear Since you insist, please open your ears