A Poem Celebrating Nervember
This poem expresses the writer’s longing to help others in the midst of ongoing pain- that IS a gift! This piece really touches my heart.
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I asked myself what could I possibly give?
In a life that had become so difficult to live
For often my body is so wracked with pain
And the slightest movement is constant strain
With limbs on fire, but cold as ice
There was nothing about RSD even close to nice
Pain much worse than giving birth to a child
Yet strong enough to drive a weaker soul wild
Wondering how to make a difference in this life?
In a world of poverty, war, and strife
It seemed an angel whispered in my ear
The words spoken were tender and clear
You have been given a very special gift
Not a finger will you ever have to lift
Nor will you have to be on bended knee
It’s the needs of others, I want you to see
From your bed I want you to pray
Petition the Lord…
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Posted on November 21, 2014, in RSD/CRPS and tagged awareness, christian, christian poem, Chronic pain, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Awareness month, crps, helping others, helping others is healing, Nervember, poem, poetry, rsd, RSD/CRPS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.