Disease Poems

Popular Disease Poems
Tuberculosis
by Khayelihle Bongiswa Gamedze

I was fine until I had
This disease that drives me mad.
Slowly it is eating me,
The doctor said I have TB.

And that is why I have to lay
Down on my bed all the day.
It worsens when I'm alone,
I can't even reach my phone.


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Special Corona
by Jonathan Tafreg

Is it in the name of the devil,
You got that toilet anointed?
Is it the knowledge of the evil,
You allowed it get appointed?

Are you so crystal dirty,
Like a Satan's hell?
Is it your charming beauty,
Or a magic spell?


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Fever madness
by Ebe Lourdu

Oh fever, shut up and go,
Why drive me to the core?
My mind , drives me mad,
That's why, I am so sad.

You separate me from my friends,
And make me forget all my trends.
Leave my temple and go away,
For I know there is a way.


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Seasons of evil - number 19
by Steve Solodoff

It once again has begun.
Upon me fully, all at once, without warning.
Though I should have known,
I should have been ready.
It happens again;
at the same time,
in the same way,
with the same sickening dread.

But I fear this year, this season,

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Green fingers, a flaming-red vent.
by Montaigne Foxcroft

What a time to be alive
All of creation cry for they are about to die
The lungs of the earth are in flames
Up in smoke
Can't you see that as the Amazon burns, humanity are the lungs that will start to choke?
How heavy to bare is this yolk! I can barely breathe neither comprehend how a brain is so small, you think it normal to rip a plant out by its roots, thinking it's your right to obtain free food?
How can you not be aware that my plants are like my children, costing me money as I take good care?
How dare you steal so?
Their death breaketh my heart, can't you know?
I am at a loss for words.

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Recent Disease Poems
Seasons of evil - number 19
by Steve Solodoff

It once again has begun.
Upon me fully, all at once, without warning.
Though I should have known,
I should have been ready.
It happens again;
at the same time,
in the same way,
with the same sickening dread.

But I fear this year, this season,

......

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Tuberculosis
by Khayelihle Bongiswa Gamedze

I was fine until I had
This disease that drives me mad.
Slowly it is eating me,
The doctor said I have TB.

And that is why I have to lay
Down on my bed all the day.
It worsens when I'm alone,
I can't even reach my phone.


......

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The Quiet Assassin - the fight for our lives
by Dr. Robert Ippaso

Tension palpable, one can cut it with a knife
As the quiet assassin glides with unfettered ease,
Wreaking mayhem, misery and strife,
Choosing victims from anyone he sees.

No border, boundary, wall to hold
This wily master of his trade,
His mere presence causing misery untold,
Scant protection from his voracious blade.


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Special Corona
by Jonathan Tafreg

Is it in the name of the devil,
You got that toilet anointed?
Is it the knowledge of the evil,
You allowed it get appointed?

Are you so crystal dirty,
Like a Satan's hell?
Is it your charming beauty,
Or a magic spell?


......

Continue reading
Green fingers, a flaming-red vent.
by Montaigne Foxcroft

What a time to be alive
All of creation cry for they are about to die
The lungs of the earth are in flames
Up in smoke
Can't you see that as the Amazon burns, humanity are the lungs that will start to choke?
How heavy to bare is this yolk! I can barely breathe neither comprehend how a brain is so small, you think it normal to rip a plant out by its roots, thinking it's your right to obtain free food?
How can you not be aware that my plants are like my children, costing me money as I take good care?
How dare you steal so?
Their death breaketh my heart, can't you know?
I am at a loss for words.

......

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Popular Poets about Disease From Members
  • Ebe Lourdu
    Ebe Lourdu (1 poems about Disease)
    October 7,2000 - India
  • Steve Solodoff
    Steve Solodoff (1 poems about Disease)
    August 20, 1055 - New York