A Poem by Brooke Davidoff
May 6, 2013
Brooke is one of TheBody.com's bloggers. Check out her blog, Voice of ONE, where she writes about her diagnosis, marriage, pregnancy, parenthood and life with HIV.
I can say it doesn't affect me
But once I stop moving and think,
How long will I last with this disease?
I can't drink alcohol anymore.
My mortality kicks my mind's ass.
She is my salvation,
This woman who ruined my life, years back,
We go to work.
I look at my son
Would I go back,
This article was provided by 2013 Poetry Month at TheBody.com.
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