Wednesday, 12 October 2011

My Little Soldier


When Children are very sick parents try and blame themselves and  sometimes feel immense and overwhelming guilt and all though they know they are not to blame they continue to do so. Hope and acceptance of an illness is sometimes the only way to get through it sometimes with really positive outcomes !   
My Little Soldier

I look at him 
His perfect ivory skin 
Peaceful in his drug induced sleep 
I know within 
War rages,one he must win !

I look at him 
His perfect potential life 
Peaceful innocence of his internal strife. 
I know within 
I'd die to save him ,my kin !

I look at him 
My perfect child 
Peaceful yet I'm forever riled, 
I feel within,
He's paying for my sin! 

I look at him 
My perfect babe, 
I search my heart and soul, 
Dissecting my life whole 
I feel no shame, 
Yet he's still in pain 

I look at him 
My perfect son, 
I promise him all, till 
This war is won 
For I know within 
Together 
We'll conquer and win! 



19 comments:

  1. I will die to save him, my kin...


    wow, such divine love from a father, extraordinary and moving.

    you did a superb job.

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  2. Physical and emotional bonds carry on.

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  3. aside for fighting for our own freedom, we fight our wars for our children's futures

    http://zongrik.wordpress.com/2011/10/13/son/

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  4. This poem has touched me deeply. Thank you.

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  5. Touching and beautiful poem...love it. Thanks

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  6. yes this is so true a parent would die to save his child well done
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/10/17/to-my-son/

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  7. Moving words and beautiful image combine to create a truly emotional experience. Great job.

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  8. powerful and moving.

    beautifully expressed

    thank you for your visit and comment on my poem today
    take care!

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  9. Exquisite and heart-rending-- such love, and many good thoughts and prayers....xxxj

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  10. Oh, such protective love... very emotionally beautiful!

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  11. This is how we all feel when a child is seriously ill. You do express that helplessness so well and I note this thought; "I feel within,
    He's paying for my sin!" and am bothered that we are so steeped in the delusion of sin and sacrifice that we can think for a moment that a merciful god would kill a child to punish a parent!
    But we do unfortunately.

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  12. Splendid. Heart felt and sincere. All blessings to you both.

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  13. sweet.


    How are you today?

    Happy end of November!

    Appreciated your support to our poetry picnic,

    Hope to see you share today,

    A random poem or old poem will do the wonders too.

    Your talent rocks.

    Hope to see you in.

    xoxox

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  14. How beautifully you portrayed a parent's love for their child. If any of this comes from a current need then I hope for a positive outcome for you both. You touched me deeply, no parent should have to feel the helplessness you depict.

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  15. notice that you won the perfect poet award for poets rally week 57, welcome take it,

    join us any time when you are free.

    outstanding poetry along the way, truly enjoyed your lasting support.

    keep rocking.
    smiles.

    xoxox

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  16. Greetings:

    Hope that you have had a great Merry Christmas.

    Thanks for the delightful support along the way,

    Happy New Year.

    Share a piece of your poetry today at our poetry party today if you could.,

    Have fun!

    Sending you love and blessings.
    Cheers.

    xoxox

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  17. That is such colorful writing! I love it!

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