A Hard Pill To Swallow

“One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small and the ones that Mother gives you don’t do anything at all…”

White Rabbit, by Jefferson Airplane

The red one makes me sleepy

The blue one keeps me sane

The round one calms me down

The square one is for sneezes

The oval one drops cholesterol

And the gel ones are just vitamins

But that is just the starting point

I have more shapes and sizes

I take a half of this dose

If I want to stay awake

But only a quarter of this pill

To calm my nervous shakes

The pain pill and muscle relaxers

They help me sleep at night

Then there are the eye drops

That keep my vision on track

A nasal spray and an inhaler

Help me breath both night and day

And there is more here on the table

Their names I couldn’t pronounce

There is six at night and four in the morning

Plus those extras in between

Medicine to cure what ails me

To actually live without them

Oh what a wonderful dream

A trippy little video for White Rabbit

Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – medicine

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