a poem by Edwin Keith Jepson, UK - poetry writer, author, poet

I wake up in the morning,
And then get out of bed,
I make myself a cup of tea,
And a toast of bread,
I catch the bus to the City Square,
For today I'll do some shopping,
And I will buy myself new things to wear,
For I'm feeling fine,
And there's no stopping,
I'm halfway through my spending spree,
When dizziness comes over me,
I feel the panic, and the dread,
And I sense the feeling, of dropping dead,
But I should be use to this by now,
For I've had it many years,
They say it's Meniere's Disease,
Which affects my inner ears,
And whether you are young , or old,
Dark haired or grey,
When you get this problem,
It's forever and a day,

I composed this poem for a friend I know,
who suffers from this complaint,
And he assures me there are many people who suffer
from Meniere's Disease,

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