The 2000’s

Vacation 206

A Prose Poem

It was the horror stories to end all horror stories. Years of pain and suffering, waking up, crying in pain, before we ever knew. Before they told us, “There’s something wrong with her blood”. Life threatening anemia, bleeding through the stomach, through the nose, throwing up blood. Heart attacks, kidneys shutting down, praying in ICU.

It was cancer. Chemo. The children were small, it tore us all to pieces, on the inside. Fragmented emotions, it changed us, left scars, I’m still dealing with it. Thank God she made it, thank God. Fear came to live in me, and built a castle. I’m tearing it down though, brick by brick. And I’m not giving up.

Don’t let anyone tell you, you can’t fight, that’s bull. You may need an army behind you, or you may need the strength of the One who made you, but you can fight. We press on in spite of the battles.

My Love is the one, that taught me courage – taught me to fight – and she is the reason – that I write. Living the inspiration.

Bruised and bloodied, but walking out the healing now. Living in the light.

Keep fighting, and I wish you peace!

                

Writing and Image © Copyright 2015, nicodemasplusthree

Peace and blessings to everyone.

“If you love nature, you will love people.”

37 thoughts on “The 2000’s

  1. Wow! I agree. Don’t let anyone tell you you cannot fight! We have so much strength within and it stands and falls with our convicion. That was great and powerful, Nicodemas!

  2. Great words, Nico! We may stumble and even fall, but we get up and keep on going even stronger than we were before! Peace my friend! ❤

  3. Painful, but encouraging Nicodemas! It’s true that we can never give up hope. The struggles are real, it’s just a matter how we deal with them. Thank you for this post. Blessings and peace!

  4. Kudos 🙂 for being so strong 🙂 congratulations for coming out of the problem. I wish peace and bliss to you and your family 🙂

  5. @”My Love is the one, that taught me courage – taught me to fight – and she is the reason – that I write. Living the inspiration.” – common sense, realistic and excellent conclusion(statement)… my very best: health, joy and long life together! respectful regards, Mélanie NB

  6. oh… I can truly relate in such battle… I know how hard it is to cheat death and fight a terminal sickness… I am quite speechless now… thank you for sharing your story… soar high!!! 🙂

      1. Yes.. I am a hodgkins lymphoma survivor… its my third year this year… my latest PET scan, everything is clear and I am free… 🙂 thank God!! He is a great healer… 🙂

      2. Oh wow, Q thank you for sharing about your struggle – I am so glad you are free! AWESOME. He is a great healer. Every good blessing to you, and may you continue to have peace!

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