Goodbye Zoe (Poem for Zoe )

Originally posted on michnavs:
I have a very heartbreaking story to tell. My youngest daughter who is 12 years old has a bestfriend of 6 years. Her name is Zoe. Zoe has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer (yes a 12 year old girl with an ovarian cancer).. she underwent surgery last February 2016. Unfortunately, her…

Fallen’

A sunbeam to warm you, A moonbeam to charm you, A Celtic angel so nothing can harm you. ‘Cos baby I’ve fallen’ over you AGAIN…   In response to NovemberNotes challenge by Sarah of Heartstrings Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer Day 22 prompt: Free Fallen’ by John Meyer

Poem for Zoe

I have a very heartbreaking story to tell. My youngest daughter who is 12 years old has a best friend of 6 years. Her name is Zoe. Zoe has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer (yes a 12-year-old girl with ovarian cancer).. she underwent surgery last February 2016. Unfortunately, her situation worsened since then. After severalContinue reading “Poem for Zoe”

Preventing Heart Attack

keeping a journal and talking about your emotional journey on a journal is probably one of the most effective way of getting through when things get tough…when you hit a bumpy road…when moments are far worst than the usual…when people are inconsiderate…..or even when no one else understands what your going through….the journal won’t complain;Continue reading “Preventing Heart Attack”

dreams

I was having breakfast with my Aunt and her friend who went on a holiday trip with us. My aunt’s friend suddenly said ” i wish we could have this kind of life for the rest of our days….a delicious breakfast overlooking the beach…a hotel room accommodation ….a daily helper who would graciously say “canContinue reading “dreams”

celebrating life in poetry

life as we know it is a migraine-inducing thing (it’s not even a thing)…to celebrate its joys and sorrows, its triumphs and defeats,… it’s amazing….after all, ONE LIFE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE in the world so …to kick off my day and make my life beautiful as it has always been, I would have (iContinue reading “celebrating life in poetry”