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Lung Poems - Poems about Lung

Lung Poems - Examples of all types of poems about lung to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for lung.
Premium Member Cancer Took Them All
...what is this thing we call Cancer it’s tearing my family apart one by one Cancer took them all my heart is truly breaking it’s about to take yet another one by one Cancer took them all so......Read More
Categories: lung, cancer, grandparents, parents, sad,
Form: Free verse

Why You Don't Cry
... Destroyed cosy inquisitioned in light Detective sun floods roof lifted abode Harsh ray revelation, shark menace bite Adrenaline daggers stab at forbode Fireplace safe ......Read More
Categories: lung, angst, community, stress, surreal,
Form: Sonnet
Morning Trail
...Wems Henry Temmy I enjoy lovely moments on bed That bathe my soul in awesome dream My eyes never go red For rising from bed is really a gleam Adedokun Youngjay At early dawn My eyes ope......Read More
Categories: lung, africa, art, cheer up,
Form: Free verse
Ford's Theater April 15th 1865
...Ford's Theater, April 15th, 1865... Petersen House, Washington, D.C. I admit to own a passion for the Civil War in general, and the life and death of the sixteenth president in particular bet......Read More
Categories: lung, absence, age, america, anniversary,
Form: Rhyme
Love Is A Fragile Nocturn
...The male ward is never quiet at night, machines hooked-up to invisible bodies buzz and beep. Someone’s moaning in his sleep. I listen to the late-shift nurses gossiping at their station. Follow......Read More
Categories: lung, poetry,
Form: Free verse

A forced retiree
...Who had gone to the Headquarters With my real age and a wagging tongue? Who at The Board pounded me with mortars From a determined snitching lung? I guess a fellow while still standing Didn’t ......Read More
Categories: lung, anger, anxiety, career, cry,
Form: Rhyme
... NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE Imagine open heart surgery, imagine no blood used. Triple bypass, just beginning, blood later … still refused. Previous surgeries had several, but this one was nea......Read More
Categories: lung, endurance, health, recovery from,
Form: Rhyme
Cigarette smoking Musician
...An old man who looked somewhat young But after he had a song sung Held tightly to his right lung And to a nearby chair clung … An Old Man who now truly looked it: Blotches on a weak skin poor......Read More
Categories: lung, addiction, age, business, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Easter Sonnet
...Lift up your heads, you gates, in one accord so that the King of Glory may come in. Who is the King of Glory? He is Lord whose hands are clean whose heart is free from sin. What kind of king woul......Read More
Categories: lung, christian, easter, jesus,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Old Doris- DORIS READ WELL GARCIA
...Doris's cause of death will probably be: Dementia, at age 100 ~ Character Cause of Death Profile ~ Death Probable age of death 100 Probably cause of death Dementia Other likely ca......Read More
Categories: lung, analogy, bereavement, introspection,
Form: Elegy
Shut From A Silent Gun
...Three shots of whisky, he was in a hurry; sooner than expected the crowded bar took off, rocketing blindly into a dark planet. Outside, the evening was smeared with red sky, a bleeding light hu......Read More
Categories: lung, poetry,
Form: Free verse
50 Shades 0f Blood
...1..A rusty door-nail leaks a drying crust. 2..The taint of copper pennies. 3.Salt licking the scars of the unhealed. 4..A sunset burning dry corn. 5.Eyes bruised by anger. 6.Lips cut by stinging......Read More
Categories: lung, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dervish EarthDance
...I sometimes reconsider all our politicians and economists, Not as party-line teachers, or even dogmatic preachers, instead of future forecasting, co-infesting deep past and present listening......Read More
Categories: lung, dance, health, passion, peace,
Form: Political Verse
...There is a creaking deep Down in my bones. My heart skips a beat thinking I'm in this world alone. My head is all messed up, I wish I could be numb. It hurts to breathe, feels lik......Read More
Categories: lung, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Beating of the Mill
...The beating of the Mill, we hear it down the hill. It is the town's heartbeat. No children on the street already in the shop to labour till they drop. Sold, to the upper class; the mother need......Read More
Categories: lung, poverty, power,
Form: Rhyme

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