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Best Hysterectomy Poems

Below are the all-time best Hysterectomy poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of hysterectomy poems written by PoetrySoup members


          Histories Hysterectomy

Do we want the truth; can we handle the truth?
Give us a fairy tale...

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Categories: hysterectomy, life, parody, people,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Victory Scar
Victory Scar

That long line still shows.
Thirty years a part of me;
precancer they said.
Hysterectomy so young;
lifesaving victory scar.

Sandra M. Haight

~1st Place~
Contest: Beautiful Scars
Contest Sponsor: Laura Urbaniak

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Categories: hysterectomy, blessing, health, life,
Form: Tanka
When will I see you again
She places her life
 In the care of her doctor
 A shot and a haze fills her eyes
 And her thoughts wonder.
 Images arise

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Categories: hysterectomy, family, mother, recovery from..., time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Yuletide Recovery
About five years ago, I had a surgery and wrote this while in the hospital. I actually 
quite enjoyed myself and the surgery was not...

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Categories: hysterectomy, health, holidaychristmas, christmas, day, drug,
Form: Light Verse
Over the Moon
If you could've been saved, I would've been over the moon.
But you died and you were taken far too soon.
You had to have a hysterectomy...

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Categories: hysterectomy, death, dedication, grief, missing you, mom,
Form: Rhyme

If children are a blessing from God
Then why hasn’t He blessed me?
Could it be that I’ve written about His love
So unworthily?

I’ve seen young mothers, just...

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Categories: hysterectomy, confusion, sad, time, god, god, drug,
Form: I do not know?
Tourist traps
Tourist traps

Can a plonker should a plonker,
 love a San-Goanna stonker,
not unless he’s bloody bonkers
coming is de  crazy cats in white,

see crazy San-Goannas running,

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Categories: hysterectomy, adventure, death, crazy, death,
Form: Ballad
 I'm sitting here at my computer writing you this letter.
So many times you have filled my heart with love and joy.
I never had...

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Categories: hysterectomy, devotion, husbandlove, me,
Form: Free verse
Monologue of a monolith
to live in a moment
was futile. A young house was in disorder.
Not listening, I would find the missing links.
Grey ash to be...

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Categories: hysterectomy, adventure, allegory, angst, animals, anniversary, art,
Form: I do not know?
Living Eulogy to Mom after Cielo or Bust
After El Cielo or Bust

I know time isn’t 
on my Mother’s side
for much longer

Her frail body like a delicate 
wine glass that has just tipped...

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Categories: hysterectomy, daughter, death, eulogy, mom, mother,
Form: Free verse
The One I Never Met
The One I Never Met

I never met you.
I dreamed of you for so long—
You knew that.
That dream was a secret only we could share. 

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Categories: hysterectomy, bereavement, body, lost, moving on, my
Form: I do not know?
Harriet Harris circa November 13th 1935 May 4th 2005
Harriet Harris circa November 13th, 1935 - ~ May 4th, 2005
(untimely death sentence ordained ~ early February 1935)

Test teasing prophylactics embarrassing
purchase never made at local...

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Categories: hysterectomy, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Elegy
Ghost of Harriet Harris doth not countenance monetary largesse
After about fifty years as married wife
the last three fraught with strife
obvious telltale signs of terminal illness rife
hysterectomy irrevocably didst jackknife
at the least severely incapacitated

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Categories: hysterectomy, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme