Guardian Angel - Poem by CHARMAINE SIMPSON
The sky grew darker,
awarness of the separation of mind, body and soul,
all now heading in different directions.
I find myself lost,
trees surround me,
as if an audience to this nightmare.
My body now takes control,
my heart punching me hard and fast,
causing a crushing tightness that hurt.
Unable to swallow,
unable to breathe,
my lips now numb,
pins and needles running down my arms
into my hands and fingers.
My mind takes over now,
the question is 'DEATH'?
it starts showing me pictures,
as if flicking through a slide show.
My life - my family - my friends!
My body as if no longer mine stuggling,
to fight the poison chemical flooding my veins.
I clutch my phone
unable to call for help.
I then see his face,
his hand reaching out to me.
He now takes over my thoughts,
all i see and feel is him,
he leads me back to my car.
Sitting in my car totally unaware of all senses.
He is now my strength.
My eyes close,
As my eyes again open,
I am home?
How i do not know?
I truly believe - he is my guardian angel x
Friday June 28th 2002
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