Wednesday 23 March 2022

Not your typical pill take

 The nightly pill take

So, let me take my pills,
That holds at bay the ills,
When I once had the chills

Then I weep at peristalsis,
Probably in need of analysis,
Water in throat paralysis

And in a moment, it goes down,
Though with rice, I almost drown,
That I can’t even pull a frown

Many years these gems I swallow,
Just as sleep will soon follow,
Not that I want to wallow

But to take the very attitude,
In much great and deep gratitude,
The medicine keeps us renewed.

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