William F Glennon
Walking Again - Poem by William F Glennon
Life has taken a change of direction.
Steps are taken with pain and reflection.
My fate is fixed. Part of me is lost.
With anguish, I'm left to bear the cost.
The fear in my heart profits no one.
God knows I've taken it all for granted.
I'm at a bridge I've no choice but to cross.
The road ahead will be pain, suffering and loss.
I won't lose my faith or hope.
I now walk with the realization that it will
never be the way I thought my walk would be.
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