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Oncologist Poems - Poems about Oncologist

Oncologist Poems - Examples of all types of poems about oncologist 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 oncologist.
...How sad! How bad I didn't know, I just found out Your lovely daughter, she spat it out Nine years had flown by I did not know you were going to die Even when we reconnected you were braver than......Read More
Categories: oncologist, bereavement, courage, death of
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member If I Had Divine Intervention, This Was It
... I do not know if I truly have ever been granted divine intervention, but most likely I received it after my surgery for breast cancer when a biopsy was done to determine if I was “genetic” for......Read More
Categories: oncologist, prayer,
Form: Narrative
Burial Games
...Kicked a crab apple up the road I hate bein' told, I hate bein' told Why don't you get with the program, son And strap on the vigilante's gun Night is too soon for a fool like you Give the jes......Read More
Categories: oncologist, angst, cancer, childhood, death,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member The Goodness and Cruelty of Man Selma
...Again another MRI, the clacking sounds -- the injection of dye It’s been awhile with covid on the rise And vaccines found and given now inside and outdoors The radiologist sent me to 7 pm and chan......Read More
Categories: oncologist, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blessed Through Faith
... Around five years ago, I was hit with the news I had breast cancer. I kept waiting for news of this and that, and everytime I turned around, I would get more negative news. First, I had to wait t......Read More
Categories: oncologist, faith,
Form: Haibun

... beyond earnest vows and doting promises our love will last forever and a day yet all avid promises are one day shattered in spite of best intentions sometimes I hear its thunder it’s......Read More
Categories: oncologist, cancer, death, health, longing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Day My Life Went Bizacko
... The day my life went bizacko, I had me a brush with “big C” “No biggie; just radiation,” they said, “after lumpectomy.” “No, wait,” said the surgeon,“Your cancer’s genetic! Let’s have you ......Read More
Categories: oncologist, drug,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dear Santa
... Dear Santa: Although there are some things I'd really like (a sauna or massage bed comes to mind) and who'd not like a fun, fast pretty car? But what I want is difficult to find! I had i......Read More
Categories: oncologist, desire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Holy Spirit Moments
... I’ve never experienced hallelujah or come-to -Jesus moments like I’m sure many religious folks do. I’ve never spoken in tongues (nor would I want to). I don’t believe I was ever moved much by ......Read More
Categories: oncologist, god,
Form: Prose
Premium Member A Wild Rose
...This bridge has arched the lake's narrows for a century, flanked on either side by Autumn trees shedding their faded leaves, blowing with the first snowflakes across worn gray stones of my spirit......Read More
Categories: oncologist, death, memory, winter,
Form: Free verse
...When I was diagnosed last year with cancer of my breast That was when my faith was really put to the test For a while I just felt numb then reality kicked in And the hardest trial I ever faced was......Read More
Categories: oncologist, cancer, courage, hope, self,
Form: Bio
Gratitude 2015
...acrostic 2 Two family members died this past year. 0 Zero was the amount of my last raise. 1 One car needs new tires, the other new brakes. 5 Five trips to my oncologist since June. ......Read More
Categories: oncologist, cancer, car, death, jobs,
Form: Acrostic
In mammary of: Maternal Bosoms
...breast cancer runs rampant within me late mother side whar moost every female diagnosed with emotional ride into the depths of despair where metastatic cells pried their way into the appendages wh......Read More
Categories: oncologist, absence, anger, angst, bereavement,
Form: Elegy
Living with Cancer
...I heard the word no woman wants to hear, at the time a shock, a moment filled with fear, fear of the unknown, the first thought of mortality, after many years a change in my normality, news to be......Read More
Categories: oncologist, cancer, health,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 14 Minutes
... Room 5 – that’s where it starts It is always 14 minutes from being nowhere You can settle in for liquid cocktails Ordered up by an oncologist and pharmacist The mixologist has 10 years experien......Read More
Categories: oncologist, cancer,
Form: Free verse

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