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Best Hospitals Poems

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Premium Member Ballad of an Unsung Hero
Vivid flashbacks from bloodshed battles
his soul still ravaged by devious dictators,
cries from fallen comrades still echo in his mind,
but he continues to walk upon a...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hospitals, analogy, metaphor, political,
Form: Ballad

Premium Member MY ODYSSEY

Here, I am
Sitting on the relaxing throne of my age
Reminiscing what I went through in life
A mere spectator I have now become
Observing in...

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Categories: hospitals,
Form: Bio
After the Abortion
Another would-be life slips down a hospital sluice -
a mangled tangle of tissue, a broken bouquet of limb buds.
Carmine carnage reduced to simplistic statistic.
But these...

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Categories: hospitals, abortion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A river called Ebola
Thathud, boom boom boom 
Thathud, boom boom boom
I listen
As drums beat in Africa
Voices rise above the pounding
Crying out for their lost
For their feverish
Helpless people...

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Categories: hospitals, africa, bereavement, death, education, fear, river,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Christmas Spirit
     "Christmas Spirit"
(Christmas Day in Italian Culture)

as a snowy blanket of white caresses in Winter's glow
and frosty icicles kiss windowpanes in...

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Categories: hospitals, holiday, christmas, music, celebration, children, christmas,
Form: Kyrielle

Gone are the  demons, gone are the gangs
No more mafia in their ranks.

Gone are the criminals, don't need police.
Don't need lawyers, those reformed make...

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Categories: hospitals, bible, hope,
Form: Free verse
An old man's crumbles
An old man's crumbles........

I am an old man and no matter I say or do.
But still I am living with my stubbornness heart

I have complications...

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Categories: hospitals, life, old, work, memory, life, me,
Form: Light Verse
Emergency Rooms Just KILL Me -
Nurse: Briefly describe your pain
Me: Ouch
Nurse: On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?
Me: I dunno...where's your scale?
Nurse: No, no...

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Categories: hospitals, angst, funny, health,
Form: Light Verse
In A Perfect World
The sun would not forget to shine
Unless I bid it so
And rain would only fall on days
When I’ve nowhere to go

Each Winter is a long...

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Categories: hospitals, how i feel,
Form: Quatrain
Desolation Prairie
Breathe deep and you will smell the suffering and death
The smell of burning flesh it will take away your breath
It was just a normal day,...

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Categories: hospitals, community, culture, dark, death, moving on,
Form: Rhyme
Pain doesn't determine who YOU are
When I was a little girl, 
I went through the most traumatic experience of my life.

I was diagnosed with a deadly infection in my femur...

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Categories: hospitals, childhood, depression, health, pain,
Form: Free verse
The Poor and Lonely
Today someone praised a poem I wrote
It is about considering the disenfranchised
at this supposedly jolly time of year
Why, she said, just think about all in...

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Categories: hospitals, analogy, culture, writing,
Form: Blank verse
A Place Called No More
I've moved yall far away from earth
Where there are no more hurricanes, hospitals
And there is no more hurt

I moved to a new place, a place...

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Categories: hospitals, bereavement, cancer, death, death of a
Form: Narrative
Time Marches On
Time marches on
Change is coming

Clinging to Mom's bosom
First steps
Skinned Knees
First bike ride
First kiss
First date
First child

Time marches on
Change is coming

Silver hair
Crow's feet
First grandchild
Clinging to Grandma's bosom

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Categories: hospitals, change, life,
Form: Free verse
The Promise
Sometimes love
is not my first impulse,
guts and bandages
a lethal cocktail
for the heart;
when good-times
have lost
much their appeal,
one never seems 
too old
for heartbreak--

A great deal of my...

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© Joe DiMino  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hospitals, analogy, dark, freedom, self, strength, tree,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member White Angels, Glowing Lamps
White Angels, Glowing Lamps

When the wind blows, 
down from the great north, 
it brings a mighty frost. 
Do not be afraid. 
Just because something, 

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hospitals, appreciation, emotions, hate, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Realistic

*This is NOT meant to be morbid, alarming or negative.  Most people who have seen my poems, know that I am positive often. ...

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Categories: hospitals, appreciation, deep, health, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Is His Cellphone Dead
Is his cell phone dead? Is he dead? What is happening?
I stare out the window for the sixteenth time.
It is windy out there. I can...

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Categories: hospitals, voice,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Stay at home and be safe part two
Everett Washington Mayor, Cassie Franklin. Is having the Everett Police Department interning our homeless population in our Angel of the Winds Arena. Having them tested...

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Categories: hospitals, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member I saw it coming
The sun is shining bright, but the world is dark
This pandemic has swept the world and every park
I saw it coming a couple months ago

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Categories: hospitals, angst, life, sad, world,
Form: Rhyme
The Coronavirus COVID-19 part two
The Snohomish County Health District is using the Angel of the Winds Casino's Everett arena.  In order to treat victims of COVID-19.  Whereas...

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Categories: hospitals, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Narrative

Saint Luke predicted me long time ago,
While the Book of Revelation warned you about me.
I am raging...

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Categories: hospitals, fear, hope, sad, me, me, sun,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

In nineteen eighteen there was an outbreak of flu
Caused little concern, only affected a few
But it returned with a vengeance later that year
And the world...

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Categories: hospitals, natural disasters,
Form: Rhyme
Everyday Heroes
Everyday Heroes

Let’s talk about everyday Heroes
Ordinary people like you and I
People who do not always win
But are always willing to try.

People who go on everyday

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Categories: hospitals, uplifting,
Form: I do not know?
Dead puppy Poem
es 1/29/11 


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© eddee shaz  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hospitals, animals, death, on work and workinganimal,
Form: Burlesque