Poems about Health

Today was like every other day It was so terribly long   and so terribly dreary  
Have you ever wondered  Where all that it's rained? All at the same time
Oh how greatly I hate the winter days So long, and cold, and void of all ardor
This feeling envelopes my mind, my soul it consumes everything with nary a goal
Pain and boredom are my best friends from how i feel it'll never end
My mother said You are not good enough To travel abroad Let to talk of America
The cry of the silent one
Those books upon that shelf contain the poetry that I wrote myself  Not only for you but for me too 
At first, I wasn’t going to say anything. I was going to wait it out, let the time and misery pass in silence.
I’ll always remember your kind loving heart, hoping fate will never tear us apart.