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Thursday February 28th 2019


Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira for Invisible Illness Week

Post Published: 18 September 2010
Category: Acrostic Poetry in Honor Of Invisible Illness Week, Guest Bloggers
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In one visit, like every visit, with every doctor

Needing; desperate for hope

Vague, but excruciating symptoms causing angst, fatigue, pain, cold, exhaustion

I listened and I talked; I begged and I cried; I prayed that you could be my

Savior; my solution


Blame cast on my psychology; internalization and resignation

Loneliness, darkness, rage, spiraling down

Encapsulating me

(Bio) Keira 35 – year old Hashimoto’s patient and thyroid cancer survivor

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2 Responses to “Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira for Invisible Illness Week”

  1. HDinOregon says:

    Beautifully put! Well done!


  2. Lolly says:

    Beautiful poem well done love it.

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