Cassidy Fohs


Skinny Girl Treated?


To the hospital and rehab she was sent
They chastised her about her life not being spent
They did all they could
To convince her food is good
But the only way she felt great
Is when she did not ate
She sits in her rehab seat
Refusing to eat
Trying to explain
A reason they find insane
She has friends stuck in the same boat
They try to shove food down her throat
In therapy she sits
For they believe she's not fit
In therapy she sat
For she believes she's fat
But you can see her ribs
To the staff she fibs
She says she ate
And still feels great
Tomorrow she turns eighteen
She's the worst case the rehabs seen
But don't you know
If she doesn't want to stay she can go...

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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