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Dec 2020
You walk me around

You hold me up

Yet you stiffen me sometimes

Disbalance me

You make me want to fall


Drain the last drop of energy

I owe it to you for a little less soul

A Little less drive

And a lot less writing

Crippled I become

I end my day limping

But there are days when friends surround me

And the Beer fills the fizz

Slow and smooth is the sip

The twinge dissolve

I go home dancing

With the zeal restored

With the spirit revived


Slamming on the bed, I crash

I retire

Adjusting the achy bones

Resting my **** mind
khina maya ghimirey
Written by
khina maya ghimirey  Bhutan
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