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Joey Habib

Rookie (January 28 1981 / Levittown Pa.)

90 days and running...


2day is 90 days clean and serene,
I'm heading home 2morrow but im scared if you know what i mean...
How will i deal with things?
Ya know the problems that LIFE brings...
What happens when that desire comes back,
Will i ever be able to relax,
I've let my guard down and accepted the fact...
Im weak but im strong,
The past 90 days were hard and long...
But i feel great!
90 days and running...
My mind is focused...im finaly straight!
90 days and running...
I turned my life around, to me this is stunning,
Even though this disease is cunning...
Im 90 days clean,
So its a foot race,
I can look at myself face to face...
90 days and running...
90 days and running...

wish me luck...ill need it
p.s
thanks Millie your poem 'three months with out you' inspired me to write this...............

Submitted: Thursday, July 10, 2008
Edited: Thursday, July 10, 2008

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  • Rookie Megan Mcdevitt (7/21/2008 11:16:00 PM)

    we'll. joey bear- let me just say. first off, im proud. of you. and inspired. by you. and the words you write and the way you write them, motivate me... i love it. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Millie: willalwayshavehope! ! (7/10/2008 4:05:00 PM)

    oh my goodness! ! !
    wow, you were right, wow wow wow, i think your holding out on me, this is a VERY good poem, and im just... WOW!

    very good joey, i love it!
    hah my names under your poem, how cool! (Report) Reply

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