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Primary Care Poems - Poems about Primary Care

Primary Care Poems - Examples of all types of poems about primary care 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 primary care.

Premium Member A Day of Misfortune
...My cooler crocked, and my stove tragically burst. My roof fan has become unhinged from the thread. The dishwasher declined to start and had scent of burnt. A breaker in one of my......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, analogy, community, humor,
Form: Rhyme

I Have Been Dignosied With Lymphedema
...Yesterday afternoon on March 22nd, I had the paramedics transport me to the Emergency Ward of Swedish Hospital in Edmonds, Washington. And I was diagnosed with Lymph-edema (swelling of the legs) But ......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Points To Inscribe On Medical Alert Jewelry
...The purpose of medical alert jewelry— medical alert necklace or medical alert necklace with medical information engraved on them—is to give emergency health assistance with information about any con......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, health,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Covid-19 Is Real, Be Smart
...In order to fight the Coronavirus causing Covid-19 here are some things we must know about, First of all is that the virus enters your body through your eyes, nose or mouth, The virus can be in the......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, death,
Form: Rhyme
August 25th 2019 Playing Round of Bouncy Bouncy Broke Bed
...August 25th, 2019 playing round of bouncy bouncy broke bed Just before stroke o' midnight slated date above zee wife, i.e. the missus, aboot same width and height (quite an oompa loompa), she......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse

Primary Care
...Frailty is your beauty, your inbuilt obsolescence drives me to maintain you, to hold you, to protect you from the progress. It comes in words, it comes in boxes, a gift not chosen, but forced......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, april, future, sad,
Form: Free verse
My Butt Is Sore!
...I get a phone call South I must drive Surgery for an elder Six hours I strive Phone is ringing again I'm heading North within a flash Sister is in trouble Eleven hours on my a-- Trying to......Read the rest...
Categories: primary care, adventure, family,
Form: Rhyme

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