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Thursday February 28th 2019


LUCKY, Acrostic Poem by Jennifer

Post Published: 04 November 2010
Category: Acrostic Poetry using the word LUCKY, Join The Discussion
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L ooking for the origin of frequent migraines,

U nsuspecting of another kind of find,

C aught by an MRI – multiple nodules fill my thyroid.

K ey to a relentless history of fatigue, depression, anxiety, and weight change?

Y ears of mysterious ailments suddenly could have meaning.

– Written by Jennifer

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3 Responses to “LUCKY, Acrostic Poem by Jennifer”

  1. Amanda says:

    Excellent! We that have found out about our thyroids are “lucky”. So nice to have some answers. Thank you for sharing.


  2. HDinOregon says:

    Great poem! Well put!

    Thanks for sharing.


  3. Linny says:

    Yes Lucky, it’s funny to think of all these things that show up this way.
    I have heard so many stories that one unlikely thing happens exposing something that causes us to say “Lucky”!

    I like this word. Some used to refer to me as “Lucky Linny”. Perhaps I am afterall.
    I know I’m lucky to have found a site like this.
    I knew I was lucky when for some reason in traffic I just froze at a light when I was being motioned to move forward. I became paralized unable to response. When I was shocked to see a wiz of a motion pass my front bumper, another inch forward I would have been hit. On my drivers side, from nowhere a car.
    Love the message…………….life is worth winning the battle. Linny

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