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Acrostic Poem for Invisible Illness Week, by April Pust

Post Published: 17 September 2010
Category: Acrostic Poetry in Honor Of Invisible Illness Week, Guest Bloggers
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Below is my acrostic poem submission for Invisible Illness Week (Rheumatoid Arthritis):

I hate this feeling;

Not knowing what to expect day to day.




I have good days and bad days,

But the pain is always there.

Loved ones try to understand.

Educating others about Invisible Illnesses is key.

Bi0) April Pust (@AprilPust @MommyDiaries), 29-years-old, Rheumatoid Arthritis

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3 Responses to “Acrostic Poem for Invisible Illness Week, by April Pust”

  1. Amanda says:

    April, It is amazing what can be said with so little words. You did a great job with this poem.


  2. April says:

    Thank you, Amanda 🙂

  3. HDinOregon says:


    I like your poem a lot, especially the first three lines; so true!


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