Please don’t make me do it

the rules say

only gentle exercise will do

half hour to-day

as we set off

on our walk today

nice and easy i do say

laughing as I plan my wicked way

nice and slow down the road

as we turn the corner

I increase the speed

as i hear you plead and plead

not to not to fast

I hear you go

but to no avail

fell on deaf ears

as sweat pours and tears

this is the start my dear

a new beginnings has started to-day

of with calories and few pounds too

the exercise and fitness has started

the beginning of a brown knew you

as your muscles pull and strain

no progress with out no pain

as diet kicks in weight come s of you

you will feel better in time too

as i smile so jokingly at you

round the next bend we speed up too

come on now you can do it

and up on the bench

sit ups you must do

off we go keep up i say

work them muscles

its exercise day

you will be puffing and panting

by the end of the day

not far know its hard part for you

as fast as you can now its good for you

as i hear you puff and pant and wheeze

as you struggle over the bridge

alongside me

its down hill now

you must keep going to

you have  done an hour and

i am proud of you

for what you achieved today

dedicated to someone special  for having a go

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