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Curling Up
by Theresa F Koch

Monday, December 06, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I wrote this when I was going through my cancer surgeries. It was extremely frightening when they were removing the tumor under my face but I have healed up wonderfully and you can just see a very small scar by my ear and on the left side of my nose. You'd never know they had to rebuild it. Thanks to everyone for their prayers~`*


Curling up in my solitude
I heal quietly gaining strength
Laying low inside and out
Soon to burst forth with power

Aching insides burn into my soul
As my soul rejuvenates it’s being
Body tired sleeps on satin clouds
Ready to reintroduce itself to life

Shhh tired, harmed heart sighs
Insert new thoughts and food
Blood flowing slowly, soon full force
Uncurling, walking strong once more
    

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Reviewed by Jimmy Holder 2/14/2005
I felt like this about a year and a half after i was burned ...!
Well done!
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 1/12/2005
Theresa,

My favorite bear - exceptional imaged write ... wonderful!!


Best wishes,

Robert
Reviewed by Sage Writer (Reader) 12/22/2004
Thanks for sharing this healing moment. The mind, body and spirit amazes me.
Reviewed by Ian Thorpe 12/19/2004
I know those feelings Teri.
But do people think you have had a facelift? I found that because I was still intelligent and quick witted after my stroke some people would just not believe I had permanent brain damage. Weird...
This is a good poem with an important message for anybody going through a tough time.
As for you, I hope you are drinking your daily dose of red wine, its full of anti oxidants you know.
best wishes for the solstice,
Ian
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger 12/13/2004
Theresa, your poetry shows you have enough of wisdom and fortitude to mend on the inside and fully recover. Thankfully, through the use of the many modern technical wonders we have at our disposal, should help allow your scars to heal too. I believe it is through His divine intervention that you remain and continue to flourish amongst the living. Do take the what ever time necessary and come back with the robust energy and wonderful inspiration we have all come to respect and value from visiting your remarkable Den. May you and yours have a wonderful Holiday Season. Take good care and be well.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/9/2004
Glad you took the time to rest and recover. i can tell from your words that you are a very strong woman that has great strength in difficult situations like this. Congrats on winning a very difficult battle. Wonderful to have you back here again.
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 12/8/2004
Best Yet Get It Out Open Done So Good!

TRASK
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 12/6/2004
lovely work, you remain in prayer!
Reviewed by jude forese 12/6/2004
glad to hear you're doing well ... i see your poetry hasn't suffered a bit ...
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/6/2004
Happy to hear you are Okay!!

God Bless!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/6/2004
So happy for you TJ! I didn't know it was on the face, that must have been a hellish experience!Thank God you came through it, I will continue to keep you in prayer. Love the pic you chose;-)Stay well!

Eileen
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/6/2004
Rest is best. Congratulations on beating the darn thing.

Has it changed your view on life?

Stay well.

God is undergurding your life. Stay strong...
Reviewed by David Arthur Walters 12/6/2004
Good going, Teri. And I am glad you pulled through with minimum apparent damage. A police dog (retired) bit off my daughter's nose years ago, and we took here and the nose to a surgeon - he was from Taiwan and had a lot of surgical experience. The scar was nearly invisible but we had the plastic surgery done later since she was a beauty queen. And you are too! Say, what's that link about Ravens Nest? Did you open another one?
Reviewed by Sue Hess 12/6/2004
beautiful..i'm glad you are better
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/6/2004
You are in my prayers, Theresa. God be with you during this sad and scary time in your life! Well done; wonderful usage of expression! Love the picture! Too cute!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(



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