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Rudolph needs Nuvigil. Shift work disorder.

by Contemplative on November 23, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Dear Santa, be a dear,


I’ve been nicer this year,


Less than naughty, so I think


Sent to nursing home, lost almost everything including kitchen sink


Only two episodes a day, improvement great


Santa, if you wait past 8PM, for snack, you’ll be too late


For though usually a doll, I can be a cookie monster for sure


Devouring negativity, vanilla almond milk, chocolate macadamia nuts - this I’ve done before


Gift exchange I do not believe in just one day


God granted me blessings, with gratitude I pray


Biggest wish, bad dreams vanish, lofty ones come true


Recover from Narcolepsy with Cataplexy, this I want in lieu.

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