Sweet Tooth

Immaterial, indiscreet, unfulfilling, yet so complete

Take another, take a seat, you might not ever move.

Drifting off into a trance, each time risking one last dance

Your subscription to addiction fueled by an unnecessary prescription.

Fading fast, yet time moves slow, never meant to last, so we let ourselves sink low

Incomplete, insatiable...all in some way, unnaturally disintegrating each and every day

So pop the pills, stop the pills, before you're set to lay

Use your will, restrain the thrill, before the kill gets its say.

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How to live in the USA without a good medical insurance


National programs and insurance are the major factors that make it possible for most citizens of the USA to buy medicines they need because these medicines are often quite expensive. Almost all American citizen endeavors to buy a good medical insurance or join one special government-sponsored scheme or another. One scenario would be that of a middle-aged patient with a typical set of age diseases such as gastritis, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, arterial hypertension or arthritis who needs to pay an average of 500 USD every month without social programs or a medical insurance.


Taking into account an average salary of about $2500 - $4000 each month, it will be almost unavoidable for this patient not to buy cheap medicines every month or try to save on the quality of drugs. These expenses made in a bid to maintain his/her health would have a significant impact on the patient's wallet. While some medicines will still be bought, the government provides pensioners who are over 65 years with most medicines that they need for free, and this means they have better conditions.


People living in the USA and do not have a good medical insurance will experience difficulties in taking care of themselves health-wise due to the high relatively high cost of medical products. There are different options for medical insurance. Those who cannot afford a good and expensive medical insurance can decide to buy a standard package that will offer only a medical service.


There are so many people who live in the USA that try to save up to buy a good medical insurance, but they often don't get to even save up to the needed amount before spending on something else entirely. Others try not to take vacations while others even take microloans at high interests just so they can buy expensive insurance. These expenses are usually not worth it because everyone cannot get to buy drugs from online pharmacies rx.


Online drugstores function just like normal retail pharmacies with pharmacists and a wide range of medical products. Their drugs are also certified and meet international standards. Another thing is, the drugs are a whole lot cheaper in these online pharmacies.


The price difference between drugs in an online pharmacy and a local retail pharmacy could be as much as 300%. This is because retail pharmacies factor in salaries, pharmacy upkeep, and taxes into the cost of the drugs that they sell. Price markup for retail pharmacies in the USA is always 2-3 times higher than online stores because of the high taxes on pharmaceutical products sold in retail drugstores.


Online pharmacies especially Canadian online pharmacies sell drugs without taxes. There are drugs sold in Canadian online pharmacies at the manufacturer's cost. If there was a monthly estimate of about $500 - $800 for medical products in a retail pharmacy, buying from an online pharmacy could beat down the estimate to about $250 - $350. This essentially will be a serious relief in the patient's wallet or budget as it were.


The advent of online pharmacies now allow people living in the USA without expensive medical insurance get access to medicines without prescription, and at competitive prices. Question now is, why will you want to stretch yourself to overpay for drugs when you can easily buy them from an online pharmacy.

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Abandoned Child


My brother died,

And in his place;

I was born;

But I was repelled.


My mother threw me from the table,

Abused me, both mind and body.

My father never present,

And if so, he ignored me.

They left each other fast,

'cause mother was a lesbian.

But my father needed a woman,

For his children and as a housewife.


The second was quite alright,

Even if she made me eat axis.

Only my sister I couldn't see,

That became off limits.


After years they had their divorce,

And then came the third, the most terrible.

My wicked stepmother,

The greatest dictator.


She tried to strangle my brother,

Then father did interfere.

She put me in the sanitarium,

With false motives, my fear.


Firstly in a crisis-centra,

'cause I run away from home.

Then in the sanitarium,

Where I for six months did roam.


In the sanitarium,

Provided with medication.

By which I lost my memory,

Crawling in the emptiness of chaos...


Regularly I suffered blackouts,

By which I saw nothing.

Not knowing what I did,

Much like sleep-walking;

And strange vistas occurred.


I wasn't suffering delirium,

Is what the doctors told.

So all this time,

I was in the asylum for no reason.


Then I had to go to boarding-school,

Where I developed something bad: anger.

I wanted to kill another, a female;

And Nyarlathotep, I am sorry;

Maybe I didn't wanted to commit this act,

But I had to from Satan...


What happened was unforeseen,

'cause my room was now aflame.

The building completely in axis,

The police came to arrest me.


A year and a half in prison,

Locked away in a cell, in Hell.

A year and a half terror,

The bondage of society.


When I got out, there was another project,

Named room-training.

I had to work in a factory,

But that didn't end well...

I started to mutilate myself,

Which I learned in the sanitarium.

They send me to the hospital,

To the psychiatric division.

Then again to the crisis-centra,

Which I didn't liked at all.

As if I had to start over,

This was too much overall...


Through the open door I escaped,

And from my last money;

I was buying a train-ticket,

Which brought me to Ramses.


Author's Notes/Comments: 

This is my autobiography.

Inner self

Im short
9 days short
Pearnts come home
They Ague On why
on why im short
I Dont know why
My father turns to my mother
asks her have u taken them
She stands there in a shocked gaze on her face
a worrying look tells it all Tells it all
I realise why im short all the time now
I need them to do my everyday life habbits
I realie on them for school
I realie on them For Controlling myself
For every single thing i do
I need them
with out them im lost
lost in pitch black darkness
Last time I was stupid
it cost me friends
it cost me my Job
that right my job
My only sorce of money
I Did somthing stupid i didnt have them at all
4 weeks with out them Cost me soo much
mentally and physically
I gained weight
I suffered the depression
I suffered losing wat mattered to me
If only she didnt take them
I would still have a job
I wouldnt of done what i had done

Author's Notes/Comments: 

My medication for adhd and ODD

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Capsule Face


Capital face, give me a pill

You're a disgrace, give me a pill

Stopping the shakes, give me a pill

I've made mistakes, give me a pill...


Give us a capsule to blot out the noise

Useless regalia, I just couldn't care

All I remember is what happens next

All I'm forgetting is what doesn't matter

I live alone now, I love only me

I sleep on my own now, give it for free

My bed is half empty, I'm just the same

Under the floor boards is my claim to shame

Give us a reason to get up for work

Anything really, can't give a damn

The morning will find me with dust in my mug

Hanging my head out open windows

I wasn't home now, leave me a ring

Let's just be friends before it's a thing

My kitty's arrived, maybe he'll stay

Everything's clean, let's keep it that way


Give me a pill to blanket the void!

Give me the means to what was destroyed!

Give me the truth that was promised to me!

Give me the vague and ambiguity!


Give us a go and tell me we're fine

Trusted to you, we're trusting you too

Reign the belonging but settle us square

Giving us something, just isn't worth it

Chew it and pick, tones of the quick

Righteous relation with and befit

Pocketed something of which wasn't paid

Stopped at the door at which he delayed

Give us a chance to sound the alarm

Pray that we're straight or sane at the least

Maybe we're fine or maybe we're beasts

I bet that you're loss is kind of our feast

And get us so hammered we see none but you

Pouring it straight at quarter past noon

Giving us tunnels for which to see through

Shedding the light that comes from the brew

And please us with words of the approach

Corner us bleak and on us bestow

The blessing of exile to foreign lands

Made up of capsules that bite at our toes.


Give me a pill to blanket the void!

Give me the means to what was destroyed!

Give me the truth that was promised to me!

Give me the vague and ambiguity!

Give me the burn so I may complain!

Give me the word that flattens the pain!

Give me the sphere that I don't deserve!

Give me the space so I can return!...

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Poems just don't seem good enough lately.

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