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Wednesday May 22nd 2019


Invisible Illness Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira

Post Published: 19 September 2010
Category: Acrostic Poetry in Honor Of Invisible Illness Week, Guest Bloggers
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I got my hair did, today
Never thinking about you
Venturing out into the world
I decided a walk with Amelia, her four legs prancing, would be food for my soul
Stopped to grab coffee
I remembered how much I enjoyed the little things
Boys, little ones,
Laughing and singing on the  street corner
Everything is gonna be alright

Invisible Illness is quite serious. Over 49MM people in the US have an invisible illness. The list excludes individuals with thyroid cancers and thyroid diseases. It is my wish and my hope that we continue raising awareness for invisible illness by continuing to write Acrostic Poems throughout the year, so that WE make the list next year. PLEASE KEEP WRITING AND SUBMITTING, using the word INVISIBLE.

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3 Responses to “Invisible Illness Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira”

  1. annonymous friend says:

    beautiful image of a beautiful carefree day…

  2. emily says:

    I love this. Especially Amelia’s legs prancing. Your lovies will help you fight…no illness will steal your joys.

  3. tami says:

    I love it,I could feel it as I read it .Thank you Keira

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