From my hands to my heart,
I draw my insulin to give my shot,
High to low it will start,
This is something that shouldn't be forgot,

They are trying to find a cure,
But not while I am here,
Of this I am pretty sure,
And we don't have to fear,

I am healthy and free,
That’s just the way I am,
I am old enough to see,
That they take their time instead of cram,

In the upcoming years,
It will be forever pure,
As you will hear,
They have found the cure!

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Comment by Larry LeFeber on June 28, 2009 at 5:09pm
Hi Kati. I like your poem. It has a lot of realism in it, which implies that people are taking their time coming up with a cure for diabetes. I hope and pray that your line, "not while I am here" will be proven to be wrong. Maybe you think that's "pie in the sky" talk, but I believe there really are some sincere, non-greedy folks who are on the front lines of research and development. Call me crazy if you want, but I have to believe this as a positive person. Anyway, thanks for posting your poem, and all the best to you in your diabetes management. Larry.

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