Poems about Health
Haven't dreamt much lately, My mind blank and quiet. At least the nightmares were better Than the lonely nights.
Weights Shackled to your ankles Sharp metal digging into your flesh Forced to run along your peers
In the darkness of the night, A chill flies with the wind. It's winter where the snow has its flight.
The weight of a thousand worries The pressure of people's standards Constantly eating at the core of your soul
It was around freshman year, My life had started to take a turn, Near to the good and happy, but it also brought fear.
Sometimes I feel like crying. Sometimes I feel like yelling.