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by DylanB
Rated: 13+ · Poetry · Emotional · #2172935
A poem about ignorance and being called disgusting for injecting insulin! Not perfect!
Never accepted,
Always rejected.
Calling me disgusting,
Just because I have diabetes.
Just because it makes you queasy.
You make me feel anxious,
Don't worry, it isn't contagious.

Nothing is good enough,
You all think you're above me,
You all think you're God's gift,
But really, you all need a face lift.

You might be scared of needles,
But atleast, I am not evil
I don't judge someone based on what they do,
You just look like you sniff glue

I might be going blind,
but least I'll still be kind,
I was just saving my life,
You need to go under a surgical knife.

You need a surgical procedure,
Just to get that bit of stupid out of you,
Thinking I was injecting heroin,
You need burying,
Sitting there eating McDonald's,
Like you needed that, fat bitch.

You look like you have type 2,
Looks like a diet applies to you.

No one cared apart from you,
Why didn't you say it to my face?
You made yourself look like a disgrace.

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