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Never Did I Think PD Could Be This Bad

Updated on September 28, 2011

Never in a million years could I have ever dreamed, the mystery of this life, and what fate would bring. Many roads I’ve traveled, sometimes I lost my way ,through sleepless nights, pain and fear, no glimpse of a brighter day.

Never in a million years would I think life could bring such pain, pain that pierces through the heart, so deep, No ocean could contain. Sometimes I try to figure out my life, just to find its all in vain. sometimes I just give in, and play this senseless game.

Choices I made, wrong turns along the way, all led me to this place, where I am today. The place where I am now,I don’t want to be, shackled by these chains, they want let go of me. Sentenced to this prison, bars of bone keep me in, this disease keeps me captive from my life that could have been.

Never in a million years could I imagine being in this place, a place of fear and bondage to a body stiff and shakes. Running in a race that I can never win, looking to a battle that never seems to end.

Every morning I’ll get up and do the best I can, knowing that my life is in my makers hands. It’s comforting in knowing, there’s a purpose for my life, and no matter what the circumstance, my joy comes in knowing Christ.


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      nutuba 6 years ago from North Carolina

      I love the ending. Realize that God has a plan for you, and his purpose in you will be fulfilled. PD is awful (I was diagnosed 12 years ago) and you've just got to take it one day at a time. Thanks for writing this.