Poems about Health

Everyday I woke up
They try to box her in But she can't be contained She's shapeless like water
I once had someone who was my flashlight. She would get me through the night.
They try to box her in But she can't be contained She's shapeless like water
As I awoke and sat up in a room with only bare white walls, I thought I was all alone
tonight i put down the razor and picked up a ballpoint pen i learned to etch my pain onto paper
For the first time in a while… I don't want to wake up tomorrow.  I don't mean that figuratively.
Water is life Thoughts are clouds Let them rain on the page and be profound.
The stress of you pushing your weight all on me it's so unfair i just want to be free from your cruelty
you were my outlet my shining armor without a gauntlet you held my heart  you held my sin

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