Hey, how are you I know you’re not doing well, I can say that because you have not yet and never will you destroy my dreams, take away my hopes for the future or break me down. I used to be scared of you thinking that you would one day end my life but now I know that does not have to happen I’m in control, I call the shots not you.
I’ve learned that I live with you not for you and as long as you rent space in my body, my temple, you have to live by my rules. I hold the lease to your apartment and I look forward to the day when I don’t have to renew it.
HIV you’re sneaky, untrustworthy, and not worth me expending all of my wonderful energy worrying about what you can possibly do to me.
In closing I need to let you know that your days are numbered and through education and reaching out to our communities I know I have the platform necessary to let everyone know who you are and what you intend to do to all unsuspecting, uneducated people, so stay in your lane HIV I’m driving in this one.
Donnie White, CAB Member
HIV pos. since 1991