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Medicare Poems - Poems about Medicare

Medicare Poems - Examples of all types of poems about medicare 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 medicare.
Premium Member My Heart
... Finally, my blood began to coagulate. However, I felt great, energetic, and alive. But, now that I was old enough for Medicare, I decided to have a medical exam at 65. After a series of var......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, heart,
Form: Narrative



American Future
... We won’t remember 9/11 election fraud will be forgotten school shootings will belong in the past no one will talk about gun control black, white, woman, man, illegal, homeless, rich or poor ol......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Victimized Animals
...Lying in the street Bleeding to death Pleading for life Not any Medicare Or Inquiry Offender at large, No burial or cremation An innumerable number of tires Run over the dead body Justice i......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, animal,
Form: Free verse
Argh No More Medicare
...ARGH! NO MORE MEDICARE! A worst nightmare loomed large notification courtesy Montgomery County Assistance Office caseworker implied medical coverage axed I felt hammered, nailed, shingled out.......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, 12th grade, absence, america,
Form: Free verse
Show Time
...I can hear you calling me to join you for a cup of tea.I can hear you calling me to sample your homemade coffee .I have not had breakfast in years and I have missed the things to make my morning dese......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, beach, business, community, courage,
Form: Narrative



The Howling Winds of March
...The howling winds of March Furious gusts of air mightily blow bestirring anchored poet sitting comfortably numb securely strapped in his hard to maneuver easy bath chair while all around him ......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Basking Robins and Droning Wasps
...Late afternoon October 15th, 2022 a spring like day witnessed nature in surround sound, whereby reflection spurred reminiscence about similar weather a few years ago when... Serious intent to......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Forth Vaccination Boosts Acquiescence Toward Mortality Part Uno
...I revised a poem written January twenty second last year – two thousand twenty one regarding gratitude for Medicare Insurance to foot the bill concerning ability to heal courtesy immune syste......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, america, angel, april, confidence,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Enough Already
... Enough Already Miracle Man 2/4/2022 I make no attempt in hiding how I feel, *I have just watched my umpteenth Medicare speel. Thanks to old actors, jocks, and assorted jerks, our mu......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, angst, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Political Futility
...No more new year resolutions, no more lie on government restitution, no republic can survive its dilution no more pandemic blues, no more wild-eyed cons[iracy cues no more revenue that's du......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, america, angst,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Divine Intervention
...There were four times that I recall. I was home each time I fell to the floor. I was also alone each time I fell, and three of those times, immediately, I got up alone ......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, god, health,
Form: Narrative
Implored To Persevere
...I'm believing that next year, will be better than the last, One thing for sure, I won't dwell in the past. I cannot recall, anything easy or simple, The entire year, I'm in pain......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, life,
Form: Rhyme
Medical Procedures
...Two hip replacements and a bypass (Triple) of the heart, A brand-new valve and, very soon, A pacemaker will start. An operation on the spine To help unpinch a nerve; A cataract procedure Com......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, age, health,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Laborer's Ode Iii - Angel
...John Is 65 and a tall man Dressed in a white suit and tie With nice tennis shoes fuzzy socks And some hair plopped on top. Mary is 24 with blond hair and a smile so fun Her sweetness tosses l......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, angel, integrity, mental illness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cookie and a Dove Bar Please
...For supper I only want sugar. A cookie and a Dove Bar please. Nothing healthy. I open the freezer and am stunned. I have eaten all the Dove Bars And there is no ice cream or cookie. The who......Read the rest...
Categories: medicare, food,
Form: Light Verse

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