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- What Matters
A is for the allergies that haunted me.
B is for the bananas I swallowed.
C is for the calories I tracked.
D is for the score I earned on my test.
E is for the eating disorder I have.
F is for the fur that makes my nose itch and eyes watery.
G is for the Giant Oak I’ve visited since I was a baby.
H is for the highlights I’ve always wanted.
I is for the information my teacher must have when I enter a class.
J is for the Jesus that helped me through this all.
K is for the kiss I never felt upon my lips.
L is for the laughter I heard in the hallways.
M is for the monster inside of me.
N is for the never-ending treatments I went through.
O is for the opaque friends I had.
P is for the unexpected present I received.
Q is for the quantum of medicine I took that morning.
R is for the restless nights I’ve spent all my life.
S is for the sisters I have.
T is for the teachers that believed in me.
U is for the universe I haven’t yet seen.
V is for the vicious needle that poked me.
W is for the wheelchair I rode around in.
X is for the x-rays they took.
Y is for the yo-yo they gave me.
Z is the last letter I ever saw.