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What I Love About My Body

What I love about my body

The freedom of movement my ball joints provide
My wrists, my shoulders, my hips just glide
If I tear my skin, it will reproduce 
It's tough, flexible and waterproof
I've got organs that filter toxins out
Vocal chords so I can sing and shout
The part that really deserves all the fame
Is the big head cheese, the boss, my brain
There's cilia in my lungs and nose
That catches things that should be disposed
I have intestines that are stacked neatly in piles
If you stretch them out they'll go for miles
I love my body and if I treat it right
It will stick by me, probably for life

Ball joints, skin, brain, cilia and intestines

September 10, 2016

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