Lethal Syringe’s Lethal Syringe

Today’s prompt for Day 21 of the Wego Health Activist Writer’s Challenge is, “Health Madlib Poem. Go to: http://languageisavirus.com/cgi-bin/madlibs.pl and fill in the parts of speech and the site will generate a poem for you. Feel free to post the Madlib or edit it to make it better.

When I generated my poem, it really did come up with lethal syringe as the title!  I decided to just post my poem as is.  I am not really a poet and some parts were actually pretty funny just the way they were.  .  I tried to add in diabetes words when it asked for parts of speech.  The site added in some other words and “unsmell” was one of those words!  I thought I would highlight some of the funny ones to save you from reading all the gibberish.

 carefully i have never throw, unevenly beyond
any vial, your cat have their happy:
in your most protective tube are things which was me,
or which i cannot kick because they are too stylishly

your low look briskly will unsmell me
though i have stomp myself as water,
you cook always sink by sink myself as label visit
(grabing awkwardly, worriedly) her wasteful insulin

or if your pill be to talk me, i and
my meter will fly very remorsefully, urgently,
as when the pen of this vial drop
the alcohol loyally everywhere touching;

nothing which we are to bite in this jar eat
the bottle of your quiet CGMS: whose hair
drink me with the knife of its box,
crying dog and arm with each takeing

(i do not move what it is about you that is
and had; only something in me swim
the stomach of your cat is pathetic than all label)
leg, not even the water, has such wonderful pump

Please visit Wego Health’s Facebook page to see other Health Activists’ Madlib posts.

Wego Health Activist Writers Month Day 21


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