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My Current Misery, Thyku by Mike Wilson

Post Published: 04 October 2010
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Category: Dear Thyroid Letters
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Fingernails please stop
Growing at atomic rates
Thyroid is to blame

Cut my toenails, but
Come the morning I will walk
Clicking on the floor

Sister can’t grow nails
Mine are long and hard as steel
Jealousy could kill
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Mike is 37 years old and was diagnosed with nobody-knows-why hypothyoidism more than 10 years ago.  He’s the only guy he knows with this disease. @MindStatic

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5 Responses to “My Current Misery, Thyku by Mike Wilson”

  1. Amanda says:

    Mike,
    Great Thyku! My nails are a broken up mess since my Graves Disease kicked in. I keep trying to remember to research it.

    Amanda

  2. Scott Rose says:

    I’d say Mike nailed it with these thykus. Hats off!

  3. Mary says:

    Great poem and I know of several men with thyroid disease. My brothers are all hypo and I’m hyper and a friend who is an attorney has GD like me and a few I met on daily strength. So yo are not alone Male wise. Mary

  4. HDinOregon says:

    Wonderful Hiku-thyku again! Great poem.

    Looking forward to the next one.

    HD

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