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Surgery Poems

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final curtain
final curtain
by Michael R. Burch

what would u give
to simply not exist—
for a painless exit? 
he asked himself, uncertain.

then from behind
the hospital room curtain
a patient screamed—
"my life! "

Originally published by Setu. Keywords/Tags: final, curtain, death, mortality, suicide, euthanasia, uncertain, uncertainty, indecision,...Read More
Categories: surgery, cancer, death, eulogy, pain, stress, suicide, voice,
Form: Quatrain



Vote and Remove Our Ego
I am a woman in a man's world drinking milk to prepare a mustache. 
The struggle to survive is disobedience.

In my garden, behind the weeds, there is a String of Pearls and the skulls we found on ice on Mount...Read More
Categories: surgery, allegory, america, betrayal, eve, political, sick, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Writing Under The Stain


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Categories: surgery, poetry, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Sister's Dog
Love for my sis makes me like her own bolshevik

so, though I'd rather swallow a stranger's lipstick,

I sat her ground-dweller, her dog, named Limerick.

Once, outside while his wiz-biz defied arithmetic, 

I noticed he had one gross, fully plump black tick.

All...Read More
Categories: surgery, animal, caregiving, confusion, cute, dog, funny, giggle,
Form: Monorhyme
A love letter from Covid19
I’m here I’m there I’m everywhere
But I cannot  be seen 
I’m the bailiff when your skint
The traffic warden with pencil in hand
The ex-girlfriend with a new man
That cough, that ache 
I’m the empty shelf in the supermarket
The que in...Read More
Categories: surgery, fear,
Form: Free verse



Heal the World
As the risk gets higher, meeting places are getting less frequent. Even the doctor's surgery don't appear to have any incline as to the true measure of this awful Coranavirus. I feel so sorry for those who are affected by...Read More
Categories: surgery, addiction, angst, sick,
Form: Free verse
Family tree
1111
MY POETREE FAMILY.
Note: If you read this you are
family too.
_________
I was born into poetry
by my dearest lovely sweet mother Kate Achi Bissong. Who always make sure i am
forever strong.

I was way too lucky
to have Edison Ragal
as my poetic father. Who...Read More
Categories: surgery, celebration, inspirational,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Cutting off the Vampires Head
Evil has evolved their hearts through surgery
concern for the people, displayed in absolute forgery
cutting common supply to show how ruthless
cold minds with parasitic heads so heartless
a large people carried by the small minded
welfare then restricted, only to their kindred
suffering, lashing...Read More
Categories: surgery, abuse, africa, anger, betrayal, corruption, leadership, political,
Form: Couplet
The Souk And The Crook


On thursdays, the market place is full
Hustle and bustles' ripe time to rule
A helter skelter trade at rush hour
A busy hive raging with actions' power


From every spot, rise screams and yell
Rise auctions echoes about...Read More
Categories: surgery, life, pollution, prejudice, society, urban,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Minor Surgery
Said he to she
  dismissively
It's only
  minor surgery

Said she to he
  lightheartedly
Give me the knife
  I'll play with your life...Read More
Categories: surgery, health, life,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Squirm
cutting-edge
  surgery...why so
     uneasy...Read More
Categories: surgery, anxiety, health,
Form: Senryu
To all Bible Readers

Bible readers, read but be careful.
Not all therein is beneficial
that is, should be taken too literally. 
Example: ‘turning the other cheek’ 
if done regularly will keep
the face deformed permanently.
So know the saying’s right intent
as it was originally meant.
And while many...Read More
Categories: surgery, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Next level
Look amidst the glorious tray
To see the terrain our act has played
Whether for the love or fun of it
The future will tell of what is done

My heart pants 
For that which my eyes do see
Even less than that which is...Read More
Categories: surgery, africa, anti bullying, conflict, depression, heartbroken, integrity,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Unbelievably great contest entry for Brenda Chiri's Photo Contest
WARNING: THE CONTENTS OF THS POEM MAY BE
DANGEROUS TO YOUR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WELL-BEING

(Photo of the Two Lovers is available on contest site),

As any physical therapist worth his salt will tell you
   These two wannabee lovers are inviting...Read More
Categories: surgery, anger, assonance, how i feel, jealousy, lost
Form: Free verse
Rosetan People
R Roseta is famous now, Italian town, beautifully "backward"
O Okinawa, Japan, shared health wonders with Roseta 
S Science proves both sides: Lonely folks "smoke" 15 cigarettes
E Even when they are not smokers - 60 million in US feel alone
T The...Read More
Categories: surgery, anxiety, community, health, heart, heartbreak, poets, power,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member December Twenty-Seventh 2016
December Twenty-Seventh 2016
(My journey began)
Written: by Miracle Man
                     
This day, three years ago, I began a journey
that culminated with Sudden...Read More
Categories: surgery, bible, god, gospel, health, inspirational, jesus,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cure
She was angry with the daughter!
Lost her temper with the father!
Nearly to death, kicked the cat!
Called her only son “a little prat”!

Family was surprised by her mood,
They have never seen her this rude,
She was always so placid and calm,
Her behaviour...Read More
Categories: surgery, 12th grade, anger, cat, daughter, pain, success,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member For All Things There Is A Purpose
For All Things There Is A Purpose
Written: by Miracle man
12-16-2019

My morning quiet time, always conduces creativity,
This endeavor precludes, each day’s passivity.

Lingering health issues, continue to constrain,
Being unable to do much, causes me mental strain..

But my life wasn’t spared to just...Read More
Categories: surgery, death, god, health, life, prayer,
Form: Couplet
Inordinate amount of leisure time
Might help explain how fruit
full this harmless poetic brute,
(a Methacton School of hard knocks
grad), who sports astute
demeanor with ample
brew netted locks,
vaguely androgynously cute,

his trademark signature hirsute
unstyled wavy hair
tell tale characteristic,
not that I care if anyone
gives rats ass and/or hoot
bummer attire...Read More
Categories: surgery, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Not The Best Medicine
I disagree that laughter is the best medicine.
I got a hernia from laughing and was in constant pain,
and every time I'd laugh thereafter, the pain returned intensively again.
I've since had corrective surgery, but laughing is not the same.
I'm afraid that...Read More
Categories: surgery, self,
Form: Rhyme
heart surgery
The surgery
 
I’m waiting for a friend of mine
He is having heart surgery tomorrow
And it is lonely not having friends around
The day before a serious surgery
We’ll not talk about illnesses’ and other
Subject related to hospitals.
Not talking in hushed voices but...Read More
Categories: surgery, blue, boxing day , bridal shower, butterfly, care,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Frail and Fragile Bars
Morning brings a winsome chance
Perhaps my mind is allowed to dance
Allowed to feel my emotions free
To laugh, to love, to feel and be
What I was before the curtain
That cancer drew and made uncertain
A future beyond near gone years
Days filled with...Read More
Categories: surgery, health,
Form: Rhyme
Insult Added To Injury and Purjury
Insult Added To Injury and Perjury

Trump was an insult added to injury,
And person who  committed perjury;
A total insult,
Is final result,
And his imbecilic brain needs surgery.

Jim Horn


...Read More
Categories: surgery, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Arthenia's Birthday
Today would've been Arthenia's birthday if she hadn't died.
Last year, I lost my aunt and my uncle lost his bride.
Arthenia died in 2018 and she was born in 1955.
She'd be celebrating her birthday if she was alive.

Arthenia's life was saved...Read More
Categories: surgery, august, birthday, death, family,
Form: Seharaa
Premium Member Wanted: Heart
I'm looking for another heart, a new one, por favor,

       See, mine is cold and broken - I don't want it anymore ...

It served me well for quite a while, and beat with rhythm,...Read More
Categories: surgery, analogy, heartbreak, lost love, metaphor,
Form: Rhyme