Aftermath my addictionWith my conduct, doctors were pleased
So from the rehabilitation I get released
I have been doing meth for past five years
After my overdose, I was brought here.
I thought I'll never lead a normal life again
In the rehabilitation the pain I obtained
My tongue went dry with repeated vomits
It felt as though to the death I will freeze
There was a constant ringing in my ears
Endless nightmares triggering my fears
I saw oddly shaped shadows running in and out
Every joint gave up. I felt weakness throughout.
I couldn't even tell if I was awake or asleep.
Paranoia had taken roots in my heart deep.
Even in this delirium a thought soothed me.
I'll have defeated by addiction when I leave.
But my lungs said another story.
They're habituated to smoke.
I couldn't preserve my sanity.
Bring me meth,weed or coke.
My body rejects everything I eat.
I sweat profusely because of body heat.
Disgust turned into aggression before I knew.
I took a stool nearby and on the doctor I threw.
So to the iron bars they chain me.
Now just look at the changed me.
I promise that I'll never do drugs again.
I promise that I'll never be an addict again.
Because getting rid of an addiction is a painful task.
I'm thankful to those days in rehab that I've passed.
With my conduct the doctors are pleased.
So from the rehab , I'll finally be released.