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Author Name: PremiumDream Hearted Poet 0 Comments
Date Added: March 12, 2009 14:03:42 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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"I can't Breathe I said"
" I cant breathe mom"
I cant breathe I said
" why cant you breathe son"
why cant you breathe she said
" my chest is hurting so bad"
that I cant even take a breath I said
" well son do you need"
a breathing treatment she said
"yes mommy"
yes mommy I said
"I took the breathing treatment"
and its still not working momma dear I said
"and so mommy took me to the hospital"
and they said I just had a bad asthma attack they said
Author's Notes:
this happened over two days ago
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