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Invisible Illness Week Poetry by, Linny

Post Published: 18 September 2010
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Category: Acrostic Poetry in Honor Of Invisible Illness Week, Guest Bloggers
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Graves in my skin  by Linda {Linny} V. Larson

I feel it in my fingers,

I feel it in my toes.

The pain that’s all around me

and so the feelings grow

It’s written on the wind

It’s everywhere I go

And though you cannot see it

I just want you to know

My mind didn’t do it

It’s the way I feel

I know you can’t see it

It doesn’t let it show

My blood works in

if you can tell by that

I really doubt it ’cause

it’s where I’m at

It has no beginning

it has no end

The futures looking bleak

I wanta let you in

The only way you’ll believe me

is if it’s in YOUR skin!

So come on do your part

lets find a place to start

It won’t go just cause you

think it can

make a difference with one tiny pill

come on come on

lets get real!

YOU GOTTA DO WHAT YOU CAN

TO MAKE IT SCRAM

and then I’ll know who I am.

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3 Responses to “Invisible Illness Week Poetry by, Linny”

  1. HDinOregon says:

    Great poem! Really great!

    Thanks!

    HD

  2. Linny says:

    HD Thank you very much 🙂

  3. Amanda says:

    Linny,

    Very nice. We do have to do what we can, to make it scram. Some days it is just hard to get my head around it.

    Amanda

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