Aspirin - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
I am told aspirin is my best medicine
“No, never! ” I tell them and reject.
Between us; I have kept my secret
‘I took a big bottle, suicide
And crate of Pepsi.’
Everyone after me
They broke door and faced
A half-dead, unconscious in a bed.
The rest is history; just one thing:
“I was the Romeo and Judy, Juliet, ”
Gun in hand they took her from me.
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