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by Pamilla deLeon- Lewis

Monday, May 16, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Having suffered the indignities of this wretched disease that is cancer, I one day, had finally had it. I was tired of being scared and intimidated. My back was up against the wall so I came out fughting. When the going gets tough the tough get going.

One day I’d finally had it,

Well I sure cursed Cancer out.

I took the idiot to the bathroom.

I tossed my Christian values out.

I opened my mouth in anger.

All the filth came pouring out;

The things I heard myself say,

Still makes me blush, with shame today.

Well, I told it a thing or two.

Where to go and who to screw;

I even told it what to kiss;

And when it should kiss it too

That day I really lost control;

I was on a roll. My dear friends,

The truth be told

I’d have cursed the whole damn world

Until that day, I convinced myself

There was no real pressure.

If I could keep talking to myself

And keep tight reins on my temper,

Things would work out for the best

Just you wait and see;

Because this was just a little test

The Lord was giving me.

Needless to say, the test God gave

I failed it, miserably.

The pressure just built up in me

And I acted terribly. I simply lost my temper.

Things just couldn’t get any worse.

So I locked myself in the bathroom

And like a sailor I started to curse.  

Copyright Pamilla deLeon- Lewis, 2003


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Reviewed by John Domino 1/29/2009
What a wonderful poem!
I love you!
Jesus loves the both of us!
Reviewed by Sophia Ann Montoya 8/18/2008
This is one of my favorites -expressing emotions is a a healthy, helpful human trait. All things in balance of course ... lead to a life lived well. Your poems ring in sing-song melody -truly a pleasure to read.
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 8/8/2007
YOur HONESTY speaks Volume Pam!
I love your heart and real truth, in a constant struggle through life, we are hit one time or another!
I'm glad you let "C" have it, get rid of all the negativities!
You said it all well, with this fine flowwwwwwwwww... Always STay Positive!
WArmest Blessings of Love, Peace, Inner Light and GREAT Health! Warrior Lady SG
STay Positive!
Reviewed by Bennett 1/24/2006
There is nothing wrong with that or the release of anger is such a free feeling. You did nothing wrong for anger is ok as long as we deal with it and the way you did put no one in harmful danger.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/17/2005

Never mind apologizing for your anger. Cancer and its indignities would make anybody cuss. I'm not gonna hold back--Cancer deserves to be cussed out and so does Satan who brings it. Send that cancer packing right back to hell!

A poignant, heartfelt write--get mad and beat it!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)

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