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Best Ibuprofen Poems

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

Premium Member Oh,doctor I am in a flap
Oh,doctor I am in a flap
I cannot turn this childproof cap
I cannot take my medicine
So I shall toss it in the bin

The beta blockers make...

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Categories: ibuprofen, anxiety, funny, health,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Viagra Secrets
The secret ingredients of Viagra I'm gonna present

There's Asprin, Ibuprofen, Vitamins A and C to a certain extent


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Categories: ibuprofen, funny
Form: Limerick
Feeling rough
Feeling Rough

Sore throat, runny nose,
Could be a cold I suppose,
Or could it be influenza?
I think I need a detox cleanser

Turmeric, folic acid, gingko leaf
I'm feeling...

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Categories: ibuprofen, age, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
A Response to Broken Back
This is a poetic response to Colin Mitchell Williams's poem, Broken Back.

The opiate for the 

A promised rebirth
Sapped the
Beggars and Kings alike.

She died once again

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© Aaron Crow  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ibuprofen, health
Form: Free verse
ah no
Aspirin, a powerful little pill
Ibuprofen, a safe pain pill

Them two little remedies almost stole what's mine 
Finding myself in the emergency room was a shock...

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Categories: ibuprofen, me, psychological,
Form: Couplet

Stage Play
Pull the curtain open
Butterflies in your stomach with ibuprofen
The stage is set and the cameras are running
And critics are spread out in the back with...

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Categories: ibuprofen, confusion
Form: Rhyme
Pot Holes
I am one
with these streets
the climatic woes
chaos throws
the freeze thaw
freeze thaw
ebb or flow
I can't do both

I'm falling in

where's my

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Categories: ibuprofen, humorous, winter,
Form: Light Verse
Codeine, my Codeine
Codeine, my Codeine

Codeine, my Codeine
Why must you be so small?
If you were any smaller
I'd not see you at all
I've lost you in the shag-pile rug

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Categories: ibuprofen, humorous, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Your last life by Vera Polozkova translation
This is your last life, so what you don't agree? -
Born to move belongings, hug friends at the gate,
To buy some ibuprofen in duty free,

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Categories: ibuprofen, poems, poetess, poetry, poets,
Form: I do not know?

First – the carbo-loading
monster meal to sustain
the beast that drives
the cornerstone of greed
in mindless hunt for “bargains”.

Next – jockeying for position
awaiting the...

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Categories: ibuprofen, humor,
Form: Free verse
right on schedule
9 am. & he’s right on
barking up a storm, no
doubt happy to be alive,
happy to be a big healthy
dog doing his dog thing
only moments...

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Categories: ibuprofen, life,
Form: Free verse