Diabetes In prisons Me/Poem Share
Most people are afraid of “bogey men”, not me
I am afraid of this blinking disease!
When you lay down at night,
I bet there is nothing that gives you fright
For me, that is not the case, you know
I have to be careful not to have a high or low
Because my sugars can change in the blink of an eye.
It is not fair to worry, when you lay down at night.
For you, life is filled with all you can or want to eat
But for me, I have to watch what I eat.
I cannot ever be lost in the woods, oh my
Because without my medication, I can die
I am a prisoner to this disease
It is a silent killer of me
Without proper care or proper medicine
I would not exist, I would serve as a critical lesson.
Something could change in the blink of an eye
You should make the most of each minute, both you and I.