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Poems About: SICK

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  • 253.
    So Sick

    Do do do do do do do
    Gotta change my answering machine
    Now that I'm alone
    Cos right now it says that we read more »

    Midori Hajime
  • 254.
    Shadows In An African Jungle.

    You say I walk faster than my shadow
    And why not
    There are too many shadows in Africa
    Gloom, defeat, despair read more »

    samuel nze
  • 255.
    Have you ever been sick?

    Have you ever been sick?
    Walked that hospital floor with a stick
    Have you ever been sick?
    Had an operation painted graphically horrific read more »

    Sylvia Chidi
  • 256.
    The Battle

    in this battle called depression
    there are so many soldiers
    but we all fight it alone
    and in our own ways read more »

    Scarlet .....
  • 257.
    Sick

    I have a disease its called living life
    There’s so much pain so much drama and nothing you can do to make it right
    I’m sick I’m sick of school and I’m not speaking out of ignorance
    I want to learn I want to expand my intelligence read more »

    Bron Dayvid
  • 258.
    The Great Disdain

    Disdain grows in my heart,
    As you look at me in that way,
    For I am tired of your wanton acts
    And your malevolent ways. read more »

    Justin Reamer
  • 259.
    Denials Kept

    Denials kept,
    Victimize and kill.
    Denials kept,
    Protect the sick from ills. read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 260.
    Chokehold

    you did your time
    you paid your dues
    you only got back
    what you used read more »

    Josh Howell
  • 261.
    Deceivable Victim

    Liar
    How dare you condemn my name to such foul involvement?
    Liar
    Do you know how much that set my insides ablaze with rage? read more »

    Russell Nero
  • 262.
    Three Friends

    There were three friends that buried the fourth,
    The mould in his mouth and the dust in his eyes,
    And they went south and east and north—
    The strong man fights but the sick man dies. read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 263.
    Old People With Big Ears

    Isn’t it a sick irony, the suffering of old people?
    They shrink and become littler, whilst
    their ears grow large and intrusive to
    the atmosphere. read more »

    Dan Brown
  • 264.
    I'm tired, Sick and fed up

    I'm tired of being the girl
    Who's always left out
    I'm sick of being the one
    Who's always put down read more »

    Lisa French
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