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Acrostic Poem for Invisible Illness Week, Written by Donna

Acrostic Poem for Invisible Illness Week, Written by Donna

I am still me, even if in the last 5 years I have not looked like whom I feel inside. Never do I go a day without missing my mane. Very appreciative I am, of people who have said [Read] | 2 responses.

Acrostic Poem by Debbie for Invisible Illness Week

Acrostic Poem by Debbie for Invisible Illness Week

I am not the person I used to be No one knows what it`s like to be me Very little hope in my life I can see Into the abyss I slide endlessly Should I go left, should I go [Read] | 2 responses.

Invisible Illness Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira

Invisible Illness Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira

I got my hair did, today Never thinking about you Venturing out into the world I decided a walk with Amelia, her four legs prancing, would be food for my soul Stopped to grab [Read] | 3 responses.

Acrostic Poetry for Invisible Illness, Written by Keira

Acrostic Poetry for Invisible Illness, Written by Keira

Insert needle here. Nauseous? Not much. Visualizing a sandy beach. I know. I know. Silver linings, I should focus on Because I now have my new daily [Read] | one response.

Acrostic Invisible Illness Poem by Justi

Acrostic Invisible Illness Poem by Justi

My children have an invisble illness, so when I write these words relating to dealing with an invisble illness, I write for adults, children, and parents. I- Intolerance N- [Read] | 3 responses.

Acrostic Poem for Invisible Illness by, HD

Acrostic Poem for Invisible Illness by, HD

i -     I like to bemoan n -     not being seen and v -     vastly being belittled i -     indeed. s -     So, you say, my thyroid cancer i -     [Read] | 2 responses.

Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira for Invisible Illness Week

Acrostic Poem, Written by Keira for Invisible Illness Week

In one visit, like every visit, with every doctor Needing; desperate for hope Vague, but excruciating symptoms causing angst, fatigue, pain, cold, exhaustion I listened and I [Read] | 2 responses.

Invisible Illness Poem by, Elaine Martinez

Invisible Illness Poem by, Elaine Martinez

Being me- being invisible..... I became an introvert...I numb out ALOT!!... I feel vulnerable..I lost interest ....I kept silent too often.... I feel my life was [Read] | no responses.

Poem for Invisible Illness by Lisa

Poem for Invisible Illness by Lisa

Transformation In life we will go through many transformations. During these periods of reconstruction and rebirth we come into a fuller awareness of who we are, and what we can [Read] | 2 responses.

Invisible Illness Week Poetry by, Linny

Invisible Illness Week Poetry by, Linny

Graves in my skin  by Linda {Linny} V. Larson I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes. The pain that's all around me and so the feelings grow It's written on the [Read] | 3 responses.

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