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Chronic Pain Poems

These Chronic Pain poems are examples of Pain poems about Chronic. These are the best examples of Pain Chronic poems written by international poets.

Premium Member ENDURING part two of illness journey poems
*** ENDURING ***

(A Part Two about my recent illness, following “Lunacy Loo Flies.”

Stepped into the holes of my weakness
To impede my pace to recovery, 

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Categories: pain, character, faith, fear, health,

No one can resist pains
    When the heart is full to bursting  
            because of  dialemmas. 
      Tears expose whatever bottling 
                    For some Years.


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Categories: confusion, hurt, pain, sorrow,

15 year sentence my fight for freedom
15 years I have been a prisoner
I was the victim of identity theft 
Who I was, that person was stolen, 
And it was I who...

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Categories: pain, addiction, conflict, depression, emotions,

Premium Member Chronic Back Pain
is it my weight or my age or both?
is it arthritis in my spine?
I can barely walk today
or straighten out my back
spinal cord anguish
bad vertebrae?

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Categories: pain,

Premium Member Silent Pain, Screaming

Leaving my car, I hasten my pace as
silent pain, screaming inside me
intensifies with the increasing movements made
by what I only can describe as an invisible...

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Categories: pain,

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...

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Categories: pain, addiction, child, cry, emotions,

It's back my chronic companion Returns
Not sure how fond I am of this write very different style to my usual genre. #experimenting 

Well look whos back again
My old compardra 

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Categories: pain, anxiety, dark, emotions, fear,

Premium Member Fibro Strong
It takes strength, day and night
to tolerate pain, the Fibro fight
the muscle aches, damn brain fog
total exhaustion, stiff as a log
headaches, sciatica, insomnia and more

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Categories: health, pain, strength,

Premium Member Healing Metaphor
mortal traumatic anxiety
is a metaphor for physical pain experience

As anticipating personal therapeutic healing
is analogically connected to absence
of win/lose cultural pathology
in a bad air
anxious atmosphere

Atheism about...

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Categories: pain, analogy, caregiving, health, integrity,

I feel broken, incapacitated 
This Migraine Disease has stolen
So much time from my life
But also the relationships
So many cannot cope 
With someone with chronic pain

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Categories: judgement, loneliness, pain,

Premium Member Of Grief and Pain

Grief I have known little of.
It’s not as if I ever lost
my one true love.

One brother taken in his prime
saddened us, and yet I know

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Categories: pain, grief,

Premium Member She Said Goodbye
No, she said, it just wasn’t worth a try.
Her life, she said, it must come to an end.
Goddess Latona of the darkness said goodbye.
Mother enigmatic...

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Categories: pain, death, family, grief, lost

Can't Cope No More
Can't take no more

I just can't cope anymore,
The pain is debilitating,
The addiction consuming,
Both exhausting.
The dark corners of my mind are closing in, there all I...

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Categories: pain, addiction, body, depression, emotions,

Asleep with abandoned hope and abated pride,
The attenuated sound of my breath hurts,
Barren opportunities painted my path...
Like a cruel artist with no benignant pity.

Alive in...

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Categories: pain, dream, fate, hope,

Chronic Pain, My Old Friend
Good Morning Pain
Another day, Old Friend
Silent and invisible 
Besides the cracking of my joints
and the pounding in my head
Every Day You And Me
I've grown tired...

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Categories: pain, how i feel, mental