Here is a list of poems about MS by author so you if you know the author, you can find all of their poems in one place. And if you don't know the authors, either way you can find out who wrote which poems more easily. You can read each author's poems by clicking on the poem button at the bottom of each page and then back to read the rest should they have more than one.
Poems are listed in order, first by number of poems submitted, then in alphabetical order using first names. You can also go back to the original MS Poems page which are in order by time submitted. On each page you can also find links to more poems listed at the bottom of the page.
Thanks so much to each of our author/poets for their wonderful contribution to our site. Hopefully this page will get larger as we get even more submissions – from YOU perhaps? Enjoy the poems and go here if you wish to add to our growing list.
~*~ Authors With Ten or More Poems ~*~
~*~ Authors With Four or More Poems ~*~
~*~ Authors With Three Poems ~*~
~*~ Authors With Two Poems ~*~
Kelly N. Anderson
~*~ Authors With One Poem ~*~
What MS Took
Dry Ridge, KY, USA
The MS Blues
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
MS and Me
Chatham, Ontario, Canada
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
You Won't Let Go
Stein, Limburg, The Netherlands
Daemons and Monsters
~*~ Anonymous Poems ~*~
Can't Take Me Away
Do you write Poems about MS? Well now you can add them here! Poems that share your feelings about multiple sclerosis. Here's your chance to share with others your creative side.
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