Spock the Vegan
Hot Tub Rejuvenation - Poem by Spock the Vegan
The hot tubs at the fitness center.
Are divine for people who enter.
When you are as old as me you ache.
The inside tub has kids you can't take.
But the outside tub won't take kids.
People under age 16 it forbids.
You open the door and gasp from the cold air,
Then hurry in the tub as fast as you dare.
You find the water is way too hot.
But after a minute, it is not.
You soak while the effervescent bubbles foam,
'Til you can calm your restless-leg syndrome.
You get in front of the powerful jet
Until your backbone joints can get reset.
You float to the top where the sun can shine in
To get vitamin D forming in your skin.
You relax and make yourself quite at home.
Never mind your Korsakoff syndrome.
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