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A Day In My Shoes

With each day gone by
I feel something different
Not knowing
If it will be
A good day or bad
Doctor appointments
Every other week
From primary physician
Orthopedic surgeon
Oh yeah
I must not forget
My pharmacist
Even the nurses know me
By first name basis
But their usual greeting is
Hey Girl
Living with Lupus
Is so very difficult
With all of the complications
Not to mention
All 18 of my medications
Just to make it
Day by day
Being sick all the time
Really gets me down
Knowing that it could be worse
Always lift my spirits
Not by much
I take it as it comes
For tomorrow
Is not promised to anyone
It's all just
A Day In My Shoes

20 June 2003
By Skandlouswrds

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