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Best Surgeons Poems

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

Premium Member Thirty-Eight, Cancer Poem: For Sharon
Thirty Eight ( Corny Cancer Poem) For Sharon

Hallmark has a million cards in their catalog
And not one of them says,
Life Sucks
American greetings had nothing that...

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© Poet M.e.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surgeons, absence, best friend, cancer, farewell, fear,
Form: Blank verse

Premium Member I Am
I am your god
You worship at my altar
Yet I offer you no salvation
My glassed fingers
Boiling liquid answers
Hypothesis's inconsistencies

I promise 
I entice
Stretching minds to new possibilities

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Categories: surgeons, science,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Glimpse of Heaven
How curious, remote, the pain seemed now
As a fly on the ceiling, she looked down
Her body below in a hospital gown

Incessant beeps emitted by machines

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Categories: surgeons, faith, heaven,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Enemy Within
For two long years, maybe more
You lurked in hibernation, silently sleeping 
Waiting for the time you reared your ugly head
The surgeons couldn’t find you
But in...

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Categories: surgeons, cancer, husband,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member From My Lips to Santa's Ears
Santa, I have an important request.
Please don't embarrass me with ho ho hos.
If you'd looked at my face you might have guessed.
I'm serious about fixing...

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Categories: surgeons, christmas, holiday, humor, humorous, poetry, seasons,
Form: Sonnet

Exhaustion of Living
The hands on the clock move slowly forward
My tired ears listening for the sound of breathing
Listening, waiting for the sob that means I am alive

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Categories: surgeons, life,
Form: Rhyme
The Poet's Ubiquity
Methinks pilots are such superior mortals
For their ability to make metals fly like fowls,
And soldiers have such an impressive mettle
That makes you salute their daring...

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Categories: surgeons, art,
Form: Verse
Anatomy of the Past
Sometimes we slice through the past
in our thoughts, as though we are surgeons.
We carefully cut through its blubber,
avoiding hurts and pain spilling all over.
Sometimes we're...

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Categories: surgeons, art, dark, imagery, imagination, life, metaphor,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Bail Out
King George has spoken
The economy is broken
And he doesn’t know what to do
His financial plan he defends
To bail out his billionaire friends
And put the screws...

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Categories: surgeons, political
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Islands

Islands are – it seems – so many of us.
Worlds apart – alone – in the seas of life.
Joined at the hip – by an...

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Categories: surgeons, introspection, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Face Of Modern Slavery
A shameful act in this world we live today
surely an educated mind can clearly see the truth behind a mask
Ignorance is the hardness of heart...

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Categories: surgeons, christian, dark, emotions, truth, drug,
Form: Narrative
To hell and back with cancer
>To hell and back with cancer, is my personal feelings, please do not take them to heart.

To hell and back with cancer.

It started with a...

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Categories: surgeons, adventure, appreciation, blessing, cancer, celebration, god,
Form: I do not know?
the Rose

                 The Rose innocent white, soft pink, yellows 

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Categories: surgeons, art, beautiful, beauty, christian, color, creation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member W-Death mystery of Subhash Chandra Bose-1897-1945
Described as “patriot of patriots” by Mahatma Gandhi
His Words, ‘Give me blood and I shall give you freedom’
Are still ringing in the minds of each...

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Categories: surgeons, august, death,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Organic Verses Plastic Women
What has happened to women and girls of today
Once natural and organic
The plastic surgeons and cosmetic companies
And Beauty magazines have blown all that away.

False hair...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surgeons, addiction, beauty, body, character, desire, girl,
Form: Free verse
Boney Bonny Dames and Old Money Games

Until I've seen, Melbourne days
	was not just emptiness in play
I know I'll see
What I didn't see,
the September soaked symphony
	of Vivaldi vines climbing,
jacaranda booms,
tremolo spilling eaves


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Categories: surgeons, hope, life, lost love, nostalgia, places,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member You Promised
You promised
Yes you promised me
That we would grow old together
Our pathway would be traveled hand in hand
Now I am faced with the possibility
Yes the possibility

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Categories: surgeons, beauty, devotion, emotions, love, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Not the Usual Surgery
An important man suffers a serious head injury.
It’s a cerebral blood clot requiring surgery.
However, it cannot be performed the usual way.
Here is an ultra modern...

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Categories: surgeons, science fiction,
Form: Rhyme
on the bus

Lumps of concrete 
Set in sand  

If you want to study
Marine biology
Don’t start with a tin of sardines 

Capital punishment 
Since we all...

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Categories: surgeons, humor,
Form: Haiku
I Remember
I hold three magic rocks, in my hand
Rolling them over and over and over
Leaving this reality behind, far behind

Where am I? What’s happening to me?...

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Categories: surgeons, mysteryme, light, body, light, magic, may,
Form: Rhyme
Be Certain You Want It.
You desperately need your own share of life's riches
to assuage your behind and whatever else itches.
Be prepared for the price for you surely will pay.

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Categories: surgeons, allegory, parody, philosophy
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Boob Jobs And Bomb Jobs
Boob jobs and bomb jobs

Sisters in arms those tits and those weapons of massive 
destruction sex and death go together in dynamics
thermodynamics psychodynamics fused on...

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Categories: surgeons, conflict, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Surgery Waiting Room Clocks
Surgery waiting room clocks move very slowly.

Pages in the books people brought with them are read over and over again without the reader ever knowing...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surgeons, life,
Form: Narrative
Playing God

Playing God

Augmenting the insides of damaged goods
more than tiny little bots just chopping wood
You can't even see them miniscule in size
The next intelligent Beings to...

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Categories: surgeons, future, humanity, technology,
Form: Sonnet
Plastic Life
 age, body, fantasy, future, how i feel, humor, me,

Plastic Life © 

A life with plastic fill
Brings one to recycle
Recycled ‘life’ predicts 
A future made...

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Categories: surgeons, age, body, fantasy, future, how i
Form: Free verse