Body Invasion

“Fate whispers to the warrior, ‘You cannot withstand the storm.’ The warrior whispers back, ‘I am the storm.’” – Unknown You are not welcome here begone For this is a body of peace and grace There is no place for the likes of youLurking undercover my skin and bone Trying to invade my sacred spaceHow dare you feast … Continue reading Body Invasion

Tap, Tap, Tap

Public Domain Pictures Tap,tap,tap My heart drumming Beating with ferocity Filling me with anxiety Clouding my head with all the ‘what ifs’ Long deep breaths to slow the pounding beat Promising myself that whatever comes, I will meet it with the same intensity and win ©2020 Linda Lee Lyberg Dear Readers: Recently, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I am still trying … Continue reading Tap, Tap, Tap

What Will Remain

In these times of uncertainty and pain I often ponder what of this will remain When we emerge from our sheltered abodesAnd begin to live a ‘normal’ life once moreWill we have learned anything of value From this heart-wrenching deathly lesson And be kinder, gentler, treading lighter upon Mother earth Determined to leave no lasting marks where we wereBut what … Continue reading What Will Remain

Last Words

As I write my last words today- April’s fragrant zephyr kisses my faceThis beautiful unique day will not be Wasted on morbid news of this diseaseBut rather I’ll dream-Of simple things like a sultry caressing breezeAnd birds singing their love songs from on high in treesBecause spring is for mating and a time of nestingI’ll watch the … Continue reading Last Words