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This Week’s Word for Acrostic Poetry: NEVER

Post Published: 13 December 2010
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Category: Acrostic Poetry using the word NEVER, Join The Discussion
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Hello Sweet Thyroidians,

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This week’s word for acrostic poetry is NEVER. Submit your poems. Submit a paragraph. Submit anything you want. Share with all of us what NEVER means to you or meant to you.

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2 Responses to “This Week’s Word for Acrostic Poetry: NEVER”

  1. Den says:

    Nothing prepared me for knowing you
    Every day since has been changed
    Vindicated you showed me your wrath
    Exacting a terrible cost
    Ravaging my health with a cough

    I am on Members in 2 places here since I put the wrong email address on my first effort and so am on here as Den and Denise-wish my memory would improve! I have hashimotos, fibromylagia, adrenal insufficiency along with other numerous hormone deficiencies. Started treatment in October this year after moving to Australia from UK where they wouldn’t treat me as my TSH wasn’t high enough! Lost tons of hair, gained loads of weight (I used to be really thin to the point my doctor thought I had anorexia)and thought I was losing my mind in the meantime! Thanks to everyone on here for the support that you give. Wouldn’t have got this far without this site!

  2. Michael Wilson says:

    Never
    Ever
    Venerate
    Endocrinological
    Reports

    (cuzlike just because TSH 3.2 is within range doesn’t mean you feel good…)

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