All that happened to her,
From the time she didn't know,
She wasn't growin' normal like us.
respiring sneeze,unwanted wheeze and warm truss.
At nights,she couldn't sleep.
Kept sittin' on stairs,her place to weep.
For she was the one,
who knew the importance of pulsating run,
with a theft one,rushing always on the gun.
Colds & Sports were the culprits to her.
Destroyin' her lungs & coughin' to spur.
The disease was stationary,
And was never done.
Steroid was the food,
Fed to her,from day one!
Making' her none...
We feel our breathes,
But you watch her breathing.
Body in tremors,
All cold,heavy sounds she wheezes.
Drugs made her body a balloon,
Face left surprize,an eclipse to a full moon.
She doesn't know,how long would it go.
Sitting alone,cursing low,
God! Why you chose me,to this mow?
She's still unware of the surprize to enclose,
That lord has destined for all she clause.
Never to regret these episodes of Asthma.
Life may serve hard,
But your fight will outshine all the miasmas...