Marie Causey

Rookie (5/3/1959 / Newton Le willows UK)

Shingles - Poem by Marie Causey

When it started I thought the spot was just a bite
Then more joined up I knew something wasnt right
Next my skin began to pain, ache, and kind of tingle
The On call doctor said you have got shingles

I had felt off side a few weeks before the spots
Never been near any one with chicken pots
2-4 weeks The Doctor said Pain will last all in all
Its the jabbing pain and ache driving me up the wall

As time goes on my spots are fadeing away
But the pains still there both night and day
I wish that it as weeks ahead from Now
and my shingles would go away some-how

I think the worse thing is about having these shingles
is that near children, pregnant and old you cant mingle
locked up in pain I feel so ill and emotionally sad
I never imagined Shingles Would or Could be this bad

By MS Causey

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012

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