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I Fought the Fight
by Pamilla deLeon- Lewis
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This was written after the lowest point of my fight with breast cancer. Chemotherapy was particularly hard on my system. It was an uphill battle but I am here. Last year, I was fighting for my life and had to be assisted to stand and walk, and I had to be fed intravenously because I couldn't even swallow my own saliva. Today, I am here, alive, and I stand tall because of the might of God in my life.


So many days have passed my friend,

I didn’t realize just when,

But I’ve made it here somehow.

The worst it seems is over now.

My right breast is now history.

I’m thru with Chemotherapy.

I’m thru with Radiology.

And, I look forward to what life holds for me.

I’m feeling better each and everyday.

I’m now moving in a positive way.

My patience and my health were wearing thin,

And I wrestled hard with Cancer to win.

Now I no longer feel despair;

But I still feel the wear and tear.

I still feel the pains from Chemotherapy.

I have severe burns from Radiology.

Somehow, it really toughened me.

It strengthened my Spirituality.

My life now has a new directive,

And, a totally different perspective;

I see things in a different light.

I fought with Cancer,

Yes… I fought the fight.

Now I live and I savor everyday

Because I don’t intend to let life slip away.

No more worrying about the little things;

I look forward to what each moment brings.

I am ecstatic that I’m still here;

But death is something I no longer fear.

I’ve come to terms with my mortality.

I had to face hard facts about reality.

You see my friends I came to realize

I walk with death each moment I am alive.

I pause; I take a breath; I open my eyes,

And I thank the Lord I can still see the skies.  

Copyright Pamilla deLeon- Lewis, 2004

 

Smilin Thru the Tears- a Breast Cancer Survivor Odyssey

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Reviewed by John Domino
The Lord has plans for you!
Thank you so much for sharing!

John Michael
Reviewed by Zahala San Simone
Absolutely beautiful! I'm speechless.

Wendi
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
Wow, the light shone it's BRIGHT light on you. YOur poem left me speachless! I am in Awe of your STrength, courage and Convictions! I too am Strong and wouldn't let nothing get me down, but moments do exist. I haven't gone down your path, and You have inspired incase I ever do! Thank YOU! for your Blessings of Strength, Hope and Belief! To Let Go and Let God! and 1 Step at a Time! 1 DAy at a Time! WArm HuGs, SheeeOXO
I'm glad your stronger eachday than before! God Bless!
Reviewed by Denise Contreras
That is beautiful what a blessing you have to be able to know this and see it. Sad to have to go through Cancer but a glorious blessing you have to see more clearly not everyone can see as you do.

Hugs Angela
Reviewed by alejapoet@aol.com Bennett
Praies be to the Lord for still being God all by himself. The battle was not yours but the Lords.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
You, my dear, are a survivor with a captital S! A emboldened shout of victory can be heard in every line! Powerful, beautiful write and that ending sums it up succinctly and perfectly! Well done, Poet!

And welcome to Author's Den, you're among friends. :)

(((((gentle HUGS))))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by E. Richardson
excellent structure, excellent rhythm, excellent message. Thank the Lord indeed that you here to write with such verve. My hats off to ya, lady poet.
Reviewed by Paul Williams
Excellent write Pam more power to your pen. Congrats on winning through.

Paul;-]
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