Good "get well soon" poems to send to a friend include "Sneezles" by A.A. Milne, "Little Boy Blue" by Darren Sardelli and "To a Marsh Hawk in Spring" by Henry David Thoreau. As well as these traditional poems, there are plenty of free verses on the Internet by anonymous or amateur poets.Continue Reading
There are numerous sources for "get well soon" poems on the Internet, such as image-e-nation.com, which offers plenty of short verses that can be used inside cards to create a personal message. Poetry on these sites can normally be used for free, as they are written specifically for greetings cards and occasions. Alternatively, these poems can be used as templates for writing a personal poem for the friend, since many of them have similar themes and rhymes.
"Get well soon" poems can be funny, heartfelt or classical, depending on the friend and her personality. Poems such as "To a Marsh Hawk in Spring" by Henry David Thoreau are ideal for friends who enjoy classical poetry, whereas "Sneezles" by A.A. Milne may appeal more to the childish or nostalgic friend. Sites such as funny-poems-for-free.com have entire pages of funny "get well soon" poems for a friend who appreciates a laugh.Learn more about Poetry