Poems about Health

Dear old me, Where did you go so fast? Making mud pies with dirt Drinking water from the water hose
It’s when you sit down and your ass already hurts. The lamp shade remains crooked, but you put it off
I have grown up six times. The first time, I was stitting on a couch, watching television
Mother, you made me grow up fast. Out of the house, onto the street. There was no love for me to last,
I have glowed up I am no longer the same Leaving different then when I came I'm as cool as ice in a cup
The bag sits the corner of my recently deceased sister's room The bag full of pills
I was six. My time had changed when things were in the sticks. Then there I am in third grade
I remember when I was younger,She was always there to bandage me.Even when the sky began to drizzle,And the Earth was no longer hard.She
gym, health, science classes fill with that unforgettable stench of used textbooks craterfaces and jockies
My mother carried me around the same way she carried her purse; Right by her side, hanging off her shoulder.