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Find the Light

The deal we get dealt

Can be heart felt. 

It can change our lives,

Create nose dives. 

The way we face our pain,

Is not for personal gain. 

It steals our health,

Affects our wealth.

It breaks our spirit,

Pushes us to our limit.

When we walk in the darkness,

It’s hard to raise awareness. 

We may feel alone, 

Lost in a friend zone.

Feeling judged,

Tears s...

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Chronic pain

PAIN

Pain changes me everyday 

It limits what I do and effects what I say

It likes to help my mood disorder fuck me up 

and I wake up each morning wishing myself good-luck

Appart from there's nowhere that luck can fit into this feeling of waking up isn't any bliss 

There's no rest full or natural sleep involved 

I wish so much my sleep pro longed that my dreams would procrasti...

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Torticollis Torture

            This pain cripples me.

                         It works its way through
           me quickly,          
                               like lightening bolts
 spiking throughout my  
                         entire body.

 

 

It keeps digging...

 

deeper...
 

into

my bones and

muscles.

I can  feel them

knotting and

twisting and

tightening, the

...

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The Chronic Pain Game

People keep telling me
"It'll get better in time
But why can't they see"
That I'm really  not "fine"
Who are you to talk
You don't don't what it's like
To be in almost endless pain
For the majority of your life
Until you walk in my shoes
You won't know what I feel
Until you battle this pain to
You won't know how I deal
You think I'm joking about agony
But you won't know how much it's ...

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