Once I Was Like You Acrostic

Needed to wear a tie
Comb my hair, a fix myself for presentation daily
End happened rather suddenly
I had a zombie bite my right ankle almost died
Was back to work in no time at all
Almost made it back to being like you
Sadly, another zombie bite and gone was my left foot.
Like you, I had insurance first time.
I tried obamacare second time
Kind of sick how the government destroyed America
Even so, I tried yet again only to lose again.
You ever realize you are looser too late in life.
Opened my eyes after a year
Unlike most I could not live in America I left, good bye

 

Clinton Siegle grew up in Lame Deer, Montana on the Cheyenne reservation. He is writing poems in the dark due to his eyesight and other disabilities. Residing in La Paz, Bolivia his translation of Ayer es Pasado became a short film which was viewed at 6 festivals.

Edward Michael Supranowicz has had artwork and poems published in the US and other countries. Both sides of his family worked in the coalmines and steel mills of Appalachia.

 

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