Ive written this for my mum, a psoriasis warrior for 30 years.
Nothing and no one moves faster than you ,
dusting your shoulders before seeing someone new .
Watching strangers stare at the plaques on your arms,
Then reassuring them your disease will bring them no harm .
It’s debilitating, and sad , and lonely sometimes,
I knows it’s hard to remembers , but you will be fine .
I see a light in you that shines oh so bright ,
The strength hidden in you, with the fire and the might .
Your’ve led the way for me , for all these years , now let me take the torch mum, wipe away those tears .
And gosh , don’t worry that I now have psoriasis too, as I’ve learn all about warriors , my idol is you!