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ABSOLUTELY – Acrostic Poem Written by Denise

Post Published: 08 November 2010
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Category: Acrostic Poetry Using the Word ABSOLUTELY, Join The Discussion
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Aching so badly

But what can I say

So sick and tired of it all

Over the pain of this thyroid of mine

Lately its all that I am

Utterly bored of researching it all

The words just swim on the page

Even my memory is giving it up

Losing my life?

Yes, and I’m Hypo Mad!

– written by Denise

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3 Responses to “ABSOLUTELY – Acrostic Poem Written by Denise”

  1. Linny says:

    HANG IN THERE DOLL, CHANGING SEASONS PERHAPS EFFECTING YOU NOW? DOUBLE TROUBLE……
    WELL EXPRESSED~ DON’T FORGET THE OTHER ISSUES NOW….HOLIDAY STRESS, DAYLIGHT SHORTER…..TEMPERTURES CHANGING…..
    SO YOU MAY START TO FEEL BETTER SOON….LOVE, LINNY

  2. Amanda says:

    Denise,
    Great job with the acrostic poetry! It flows really well, and is just beautiful. Sad, but beautifully written.

    Thank you for sharing.
    Amanda

  3. Denise says:

    Thanks guys, am in Perth, Australia so it is getting warmer here. Recently moved from UK after the really long bad winter so am grateful to be in a warmer climate than I was last year! Only been on Armour for 4 weeks so early days, already seen an improvement in my skin so fingers crossed for better days soon. Thanks again

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