R.S.I. - Poem by James McLain
One day off is regrettable if taken, is not possible.
It makes ten fingers tingle,
and many works are completed feel impossible.
Regrettable, this when mixed your other hand,
the action of the wrist and body parts are specified.
Pressure and the tension like the arm and upper neck,
daily being pecking up and down, repetitive.
Determines length duration whose work is to precise.
When muscular activity taken, is to long.
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