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Disability, Illness and Fundamentalism
Disability, Illness and Fundamentalism

My brother died of Cystic Fibrosis, 
When I was twelve and he fourteen, 
It took away his ambitions, 
To study at Oxford - the pipe organ’s steam. 

I understand being born with...

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Categories: diagnosis, atheist, cancer, health, prayer, religion, rights, science,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member A Poem For My Algebra Teacher
I know I promised
 no more ‘Make you Cry Poems’
I said I'd never write another 
‘Wipe your eye poem’

 And for three years 
I tried not to retract, 
but after so many tears 
I have...

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Categories: diagnosis, 6th grade, abuse, betrayal, children, confusion, family,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member You Are - The Diminished Hexaverse Style
~  You  Are ~ 
( Diminished Hexaverse Reversed ) 



True  Friend 
You  are 

You always 
Help me no 
Matter what. 

You are my Life 
You're my Sunshine 
My Inspiration...

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Categories: diagnosis, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dad, continued

You once said to me,"I'm a man of extremes," and I understood immediately what you meant.  When you drank, you drank hard.  When you worked you expected perfection, in yourself not others, because...

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Categories: diagnosis, dad,
Form: Elegy
Packed Up Pachyderm
You know when I think about it now and what I have to do,
a lot of you folk out there would have a bit of envy too;
you see I'm a 'lacky' for a vet, well...

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Categories: diagnosis, humorous,
Form: Epic

Premium Member Depression or anxiety
(Seems that these days a whole lot of people suffer from anxiety and depression. Now whether that's a reflection on our world and society, whether there's actually greater incidence of it or if we just...

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© Uwe Stroh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: diagnosis, absence, angst, depression,
Form: Free verse

Unique construction of body and mind
My niche in human pack not quickly found 
Raw young heart of a curious design
The empty mirrors for my soul abound

Subjectively a bit odd to myself
A jangled, disconnected kind of...

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Categories: diagnosis, emotions, growing up, introspection, people, senses, society,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

This journey has not been a fanciful adventure, 
we're all settlers in  these dynasty of neo-colonialism 
united only by what divides us. Victims, yes 
victims of civilized inducement, 
terms of...

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Categories: diagnosis, political,
Form: Narrative

I sit here now back on my bed
Bandaged and still quite sore
I think back to my Mum and Dad
And all they both endured

My Dad he died of cancer
My Mum of MND
Both were unpleasant ways to...

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Categories: diagnosis, appreciation, bereavement, cancer, courage, health, mum,
Form: Rhyme
Young and Strong
Young and Strong

She was young, she was strong
Working cleaning all the day long
So much to do, but she carried that load
So concerned about everyone, at Kenmore road.

Then we moved, to Strandfontein we came
A new challenge...

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Categories: diagnosis, bereavement,
Form: ABC
A rhyme into my active prescription medication addiction, and the start of my recovery
TRIGGER WARNING this piece features active addiction, the struggles etc 

I Can't stop screaming, sobbing the pain in my stomach is excruciating,
Eventually Im assigned a bed to be left in whaling, waiting, 
Finally a nurse...

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© Sarah Cope  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: diagnosis, addiction, child, cry, emotions, evil, growing up,
Form: Free verse
Fraught With IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Fraught With IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome...

today – late morning of November 4th 2022
sudden onset experienced whereby
whooshing waste naturally flushed out
ala mine body electric performed colonoscopy
diarrheal gangbuster instigated
maybe Machiavellian microbe
with powerful rectal surge
analogous to invisible plunger

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Categories: diagnosis, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rainbow Girl
I was an irrepressible and happy young woman, and graceful ballet dancer,
Who lived for twirling on a world stage, as red berries are shrub laughter!

I had practiced for so many years, striving to become the...

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Categories: diagnosis, beautiful, color, depression, fantasy, friendship love, girl,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Daddy's Little Girl
She was eighteen
Graduation Day
The Girl got Straight A’s
Mother says, 'I’m proud of you.
Your hard work is gonna pay.
I know it's been a long road
But you've carried your load."
The girl looks over her shoulders
And scans through...

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Categories: diagnosis, abuse, child abuse, conflict, education, encouraging, growing
Form: Free verse
Across figurative and literal blackened white board
Across figurative and literal blackened white board...

Where death of democracy writ large,
nevertheless psychological strength predominates
unlike earlier chapters of mein kampf.

Mine hardscrabble existential debacle 
spelled losing game
swept me up in malevolent mindset 
far adrift from harbored...

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Categories: diagnosis, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse
I heard the universal sound of aum pronounced ohm
I heard the universal sound of aum (pronounced ohm)...
while being quarantined inside our own invisible bubble

Transcendent meditations
while athwart oblate spheroid
allow, enable, and provide
deft capability deciphering
snap, crackle and pop
accepted as mere static
to the untrained ear.

Each inaudible...

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Categories: diagnosis, allah, appreciation, birth, devotion, flying, happiness, identity,
Form: Free verse
Harriet Harris circa November 13th, 1935 - May 4th, 2005
Harriet Harris circa November 13th, 1935 - ~ May 4th, 2005

untimely death sentence ordained 
approximately six months prior 
to mother dearest celebrating 
her seventieth birthday,
though the last three years of her life
impacted courtesy hysterectomy
to remove...

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Categories: diagnosis, absence, age, anniversary, birthday, death, family, mother,
Form: Rhyme
Him, he’s so dangerous but so safe.How can someone like him be so broken??His smile oh my gosh it’s so priceless I swear he doesn’t know his true worth.To me no mental diagnosis would be...

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Categories: diagnosis, absence, boyfriend, death, grief,
Form: I do not know?
Oh my dog, another yesterday May 23rd 2020 spent inside
Oh my dog, another yesterday (May 23rd, 2020) spent inside

Anomalous earthling inhabited 
mancave quarantined
cocooned gamesomely 
knowingly protected travesty
impossible mission sidestepping, 
thwarting, zapping
eventuality, inevitability, 

opportunity utilitarian death
crowning glory fêted within 
netherlands immortality
granted courtesy biological 
proliferation offspring...

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Categories: diagnosis, adventure, celebration, father daughter, forgiveness, i miss
Form: Free verse
Bending Light
When young, in playing out one day
a swinging stick got in my way,
it crushed my eye into my head
another inch and I’d be dead.

Back in 1952
there wasn’t much that they could do,
so when eye surgery...

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Categories: diagnosis, anxiety, introspection, moving on,
Form: Rhyme
Steer free and clear by a bajillion miles
Steer free and clear by a bajillion miles... 
the warning words website not secure
nearly left writer of these words piss poor.

usually linkedin with pornography websites
lest ye find yourself in the maws of hackers.

generalization utilized to...

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Categories: diagnosis, 11th grade, 12th grade, abuse, anger, computer,
Form: Free verse
The bespectacled old man
Adjusted his spectacles and his hearing aids,
Positioned his walking stick
Inched forward as the caravan stuttered
Birthed at Aqua Caliente Station

Unable to make out
The train number and destination,
He turned to me
And asked in a...

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Categories: diagnosis, leadership, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
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 drugstore
unsurprisingly, obviously, invariably...
birth control taboo subject, best to ignore
subsequently intercourse...

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Categories: diagnosis, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Elegy
A Good Mystery
A Good Mystery

I love a good mystery
A real whodunit,
I love the Hallmark Mystery and Movie Channel,
Nothing like watching Andy Griffith play the part of “Matlock”
He always figured it out
And revealed who the murderer is in...

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Categories: diagnosis, imagination, mystery,
Form: Prose
For Jack so loved the whisky
For Jack so loved the whisky
That he spent all his hard earned money
Buzzing like a bee, in a hive full of honey
Painting the town red, every club, pub and bar
Mingling among strangers, feeling like a...

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Categories: diagnosis, addiction,
Form: Rhyme