NO FEAR by Lyne ()
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Because of all that life has thrown at me,
Of FEAR I have never felt completely free,
Until now, when I've come to so clearly see,
It is my own FEAR that causes harm to me.
In my blind panic I made a very bad decision,
Landing me in the control of county physicians,
Stuck in that lousy hospital with very poor care,
With no regard for MY special health issues there.
NO MORE FEAR has to be my motto now,
I can take better care of myself, I know how,
By keeping safe within my limited parameters,
I know I'll be one of life's successful survivors!
Lastly I need to be able to lovingly forgive myself,
Feeling good that I can put fear away on a shelf,
Never forgetting this lesson that cost me so dearly,
I'm thankful I can see my life's purpose more clearly.
UN-CROPPED VERSION HERE!!
I simply refuse to reduce the size that shows "Cindy" and her important expression, so this page has the full size image on it.
Much thanks to all the talent here that I used for this..Godin's Cindy, Fabi's hair and lighting (from Sage Babylon lights), and DM's all important pose/prop set called REFUGE. Plants from RDNA. Dress from DAZ. Poser 7 & photoshop.
I will come back and put the official links when I am feeling better. I am still struggling with lung problems and the after effects of too much strong antibiotics...but my apatite is back, and I am able to cook my chicken, and bake my bread...so important to get well. I look forward to sleeping easier one of these days... meanwhile my muse insisted I do this poem and art to express the hard lesson I pray I have learned well enough this time, to take much better care of myself!!
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As the saying goes, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and you are an extremely strong woman. Glad you are putting the fear inside that box where it can bounce off the walls all by itself. And glad you are getting better. You certainly created a lovely image and superb poem. CC