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Migraine



Darkness is good, when your head is bad,
it affects your stomach, which is really sad

You lay in your bed, fearing to move,
not on this day, will you find your grove

Exposed to the light, makes your head hurt more,
quickly turn off the light, and tightly shut the door

A tear down the cheek, water in your eye,
a wish in your heart, to see this a goodbye

As time fades to the past, the pain slips away,
your soul is very thankful, this just made your day
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Written on May 24, 2021

Submitted by RossStephen1967 on June 04, 2021

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Sir Evergrace Longsword

Lost his only living sibling,(brother 16yrs) at the age of 15, has been alone ever since. Has lived with depression his whole adult life (39 yrs). Has several severe (food related) health issues. Believes in Jesus Christ as personal Savior. Believes in kindness & compassion, Honor & Courage above all else. more…

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