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THROUGH CHALLENGE and Lyme Disease

Rememberence

  This Poem was remembered last night as I sat close to our friend that lost his mate to Lyme and then Cancer. As the name changes to Tick-Borne related issues and Lyme. The poem still feels the same.
THROUGH CHALLENGE and Lyme Disease

I COULD NOT STAY
David R Thomas: Posted on Saturday, March 12, 2016 10:13 AM
This poem struck my mind this morning as I decided to take out an address I no longer needed.

I COULD NOT STAY
 
  My duty today for a friend,
a warrior who could not stay.
She was strong as she was quiet,
we heard little at the end.
Her mate was always there,
with his strength and to defend.
As this monster inside her,
he would keep until the end. My duty today for a friend,
a warrior who could not stay.
When we met she was my teacher,
for a journey that will get deeper.
She was blessed so many ways,
her soul can now go free,
With out the fences of challenge,
to tell, you could not see. My duty today for a friend,
a warrior who could not stay.
The nights with no sleep,
we knew she was adding.
The wind became silent,
as a friend slips away.
My duty in honor,
to delete from my list.
I can hear her say,
AAAAHHHHHHH
I could not stay.

David R Thomas

This is written with a special spot in our hearts of Advanced Lyme /tick related issues
and the many silent and invisible disease sufferers who we understand and can relate to.


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