Podcast Poetry: Reading Poems I wrote as a Young Hospital Corpsman

Podcast Poetry – Circa 1996

A bit of a program change this week with Podcast Poetry: Reading Poems I wrote as a Young Hospital Corpsman as I share three poems I wrote in September of 1996. At the time I was a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman working in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Bethesda Naval Hospital and aboard the USNS Comfort. I found poetry to be a release from the sickness and pain I saw on a weekly basis.

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The Poems:

  • Give a Hoot
    • I must have remembered the “Give a Hoot. Don’t pollute” campaign that started in the 1970s.
  • Hooyah!
    • From the perspective of a someone on the brink of dying that served with honor. A tribute to all lost in service to America.
  • Circle of Life
    • Written from the perspective of someone that had passed on after raising a family.

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Kevin Pannell, PMP | Creator & Host of the “KEV Talks” and “You-Jitsu” Podcasts and the “Pannell 5 Fitness Club” YouTube Channel – Part of the KPannell Productions, LLC Network

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