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A Voice of a Forlorn Blind Woman

Author: Flora Aguasa : Contact: Disabled World

Published: 2020-03-31


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In 10 minutes, I will be having my surgery. While in the waiting room, I have been able to write a short poem.

October 2010 I had my first store,

October 2012 I had my second stroke that left me legally blind,

And every October there after, I was in the hospital.

Today, October 31, 2019

I will be having a surgery

Can I say that the month of October is not so good to me?

To my family as well?

My tears are continue flowing

As I'm waiting for the nurse to come and push me up going to the operating room.

October, please, I'm begging you


I had enough!!!

So much of unbearable pain,

So much that I can't carry anymore...

© Flora Aguasa

This was written October last year. It just made me realise how beautiful life is and how GOD heals & saves me.

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