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Wheelchair Poems - Poems about Wheelchair

Wheelchair Poems - Examples of all types of poems about wheelchair 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 wheelchair.
Premium Member 1942 Bataan Death March
...THEY MARCHED* for miles in blistering heat THEY MARCHED with nothing to drink or eat THEY MARCHED as soldiers, Filipinos alike, THEY MARCHED over trails others had hiked BLOOD FILLED the path of ......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, anger, appreciation, memorial,
Form: Rhyme

... Freely surmounting impediment hill My special child propels himself with mirth Geared up well by his wheelchair journey thrill Signifying another milestone wo......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, appreciation, blessing, child, christian,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Absent Friend
...Absent Friend They dusted me down after twenty years. Come to my birthday, have a few beers. We missed you so much my dear friend. Sorry about the invites we failed to send. I was a best mat......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Charlotte
...Charlotte was never really enamoured with her mother. So, when the news that she had been bludgeoned 17 times with a baseball bat didn't really faze her. Charlotte was never enamoured with he......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, humor, humorous, irony, murder,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Old Age is Inconvenient
...The day I fell off a chair and damaged my leg I was amazed, for I had been resilient before It took me a long time to heal my torn meniscus I had bruised the bone too I went from a wheelchair to ......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, age,
Form: Narrative

The Littlest Snowman
...He scooped and he packed He rolled me good and round, When all was done, I stood there Only three feet off the ground I had wondered why... Why did this teenage boy, Build me up this way No ......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, boy, brother, children, kid,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Friday Night Check-ins
... Friday Night Check-ins The days have been calm and collected. The guests have been happy, content. The weekday staff scurry out from the hotel To avoid the upcoming e......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, age, england, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
The Empty Chair
...Oh, love, My father, my brother, my uncle, my friend, my love Why must "hello" always end with "goodbye?" I hold back my tears, making it hard not to cry But why? I try and try and try To u......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, absence, death, death of
Form: Rhyme
...He cannot see the sun…although he feels it on his back… He cannot see the stars or the moon…for his world is painted black. She cannot listen to the nightingale sing…or hear footsteps on the grou......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, desire, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
...After years of struggling with my knee Years of being stuck to a needle When I was sure I couldn't take another blow Doctors came and told me my other knee was shot It had been struck with ost......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, appreciation, inspirational, life, loss,
Form: Free verse
hospital visit
...Hospital visit I sit in the waiting room there are no magazines to read anymore, everybody has mobile phones look at photos of themselves and friends. I drink coffee from the coffee dispenser ......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, blessing, devotion, identity, rose,
Form: Blank verse
White Noise Blues
...(after the novel) I don’t care about fashion I just try to keep warm I’ve heard all about passion Sounds like a great big storm I stay out of the freeway No I don’t venture there Oh, yes, I ......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, america, anxiety, confusion, fantasy,
Form: Verse
I Dreamed A Dream
...In America we have all we need if we can find or take it. Our work ethic is strong yet weakening at every knee. Oppose the status quo break a window no one is going to arrest we know what's ......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...The old soldier, rheumy eyed and cold Sits at attention in his wheelchair Bemedalled chest heaving gently Thinks of comrades not there. Now just bones in cemeteries Some not even identified a......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, anniversary, military, remembrance day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Longfellow
...Why can they build a three foot wide wheelchair but not a seven foot long hospital bed?......Read More
Categories: wheelchair, how i feel,
Form: Monoku

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