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Acrostic Poem using the word Overbearing by Joanne

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Oh well, at least it’s not a bad cancer.”

Very understanding of you . . .

Everyone gets tired.”

Really?  I’ve never felt like this before.

Buck up!  You’re fine!”

Even when I think I am, I’m really not.

Anything you need, just let me know!”

Really?  Could you be vaguer?

I don’t know how you do it . . . I can’t manage what I have to do.”

NEVER compare yourself to me . . . you have NO IDEA.

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

— By Joanne

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11 Responses to “Acrostic Poem using the word Overbearing by Joanne”

  1. Linda B Reed says:

    Well-said, Joanne! 🙂

    • Audrey41 says:

      Joanne…

      Although it has been 6 years since my diagnosis and surgery, there still isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t feel this way. Even on the best of days. Thank you for putting into words that couldn’t be truer.

  2. michellegutie says:

    Are you reading my mind? lol

  3. Melissa Travis says:

    Lovely! Thank you for sharing this! x

  4. Joanne- I completely relate to this and agree. Thank you for putting into words what so many of us think daily. Hugz

  5. Larisa says:

    THIS IS GREAT!

  6. Tracy Lloyd says:

    Love it! Putting words to what so many of us feel. thank you!

  7. yallolorry says:

    This is great, in particular your line “even when I think I am I’m really not”! really hit home for me. So many times I’ve told myself and others how much better I am – I believe I’m 80% better now I said to everyone at work, then a little bit down the line I realise that I was actually much worse than I realised but NOW I’m better than I was, then a bit further down the line I realise that really I wasn’t, but NOW I am. It’s so difficult to tell what’s really going on and how well, or otherwise I really am on a day to day basis. And so it goes on, what a weird illness, in some ways no wonder others can’t understand it! Great to have this community where we can all relate!!

  8. Carol says:

    Cheers!

  9. Lolly says:

    Great Poem.

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