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Poetry and Medicine
June 17, 1998


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Edited by Charlene Breedlove, Associate Editor.

JAMA. 1998;279(23):1862. doi:10.1001/jama.279.23.1862

Troubles held in memory
a trouble told is a trouble lost
the trouble with troubles
medical troubles; marital troubles; martial troubles
the trouble with luke and amy
the troubles of the world; the troubles of the word
a trouble found is a trouble gained
a trifle of a trouble doubled twice becomes a treble trouble squared
what's troubling you is troubling me is troubling us
troubles mumble
eat a trouble for indigestion; teach a trouble how to skate
trouble is the mind's rubble; trouble is the mind's measure
trouble is mind, saith the mind, trouble is mine
trouble dealt with in the morning makes the evening wet
child trouble; parent trouble; in-law trouble; outlaw trouble
troubles break
troubles bake until they burn;
troubles turn and bite the hand that breeds them;
troubles learn to hide in unswept corners
troubles forgotten
trouble said tonguetripping fast becomes a babble
troubles blown up become a bunch of smithereens
Trouble trouble boil and bubble

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