Treasure Island

Paul Prescott

(28/11/89 / Bridgend)

Disease


Through death and fear,
Through being alone,
From days to years,
Makes anyone scared to the bone

With death chewing the face off,
Slowly decaying on and on,
Makes you lungs cough,
How long must this go on?

It’s a disease, just like cancer and HIV
It eat us all away,
And stings us like a nasty bee,
Through every passing day

20/01/09

Submitted: Monday, February 01, 2010
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