DeterminationŠ1999 by Genea Parker
Oh maudlin morning!
Don't weep for me!
In my weakness, darkest fears found me,
Then sleep, like a white winter panel
Silently shrouded my world.
In my dream, I was a runner,
Flannel jacket zipped tight to keep out the crisp cold.
I ran with strong swift strides,
Racing time uphill.
The sound of rain mocked me,
And I awakened,
Still locked in,
With unmoving limbs.
Don't weep for me, dawn.
I will walk again!
before anyone asks...NO, this is not about me. :-)
Thanks for taking the time to read. Comments welcome! :-)