Grook Health Poems | Grook Poems About Health
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To see old relatives can get you thinking
if your health will also soon be sinking.
Will you get their shingles, bunions or bad knees?
Will you get dementia or need some surgeries?
And if afflicted, will you face it well or will you cave?
Or might you be the lucky one to go
"relatively" pain-free. . . to the grave?
It is intellectual dishonesty
When politicians discuss disparity
Both parties dance around the issues
As if the ones the issues pertain to are fools
Voting rights for instance can make or break a candidate
So why suppress the vote for some
When in their hands determines the candidate’s fate
Unemployment is still on the decline
Change and dollars are hard to find
Some will argue that my stats are wrong
But those are just opinions that are strong
Health care is a major component to any thriving society
So it makes sense to support health sobriety
Education is a big deal
But it’s being promoted for the rich
While the aspiring students get chills
Word to the wise
In all your getting get understanding
Because freedom aint free
No, not it is not free
Laws and legislation determines
The future for you and me
And voting is the top priority
It’s the stroke of the pen
That controls the politicians
The road map to the mouse trap Worst sells pitch ever for care Unhealthy advice get rich quick Gov cheese If you can spare all you need is a few smart mice To stick their heads in the trap please Do you know the stats do fat rats eat dead mice * - ( Angry about obamacare Do not get mad get rich - Money Map Press )- infomercial
Diplomas are not bogus.
But patients, be cautious.
Mistakes made in practice
Can cause future plight.
Okay. Okay! Some docs get it right.
Hurray for bright medical-insight!
© July 9, 2010