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A Poem from my Son



These inspirational words came at a very difficult time for me. It was about eight months after becoming ill with ME/CFS and I was beginning to realise there is no quick fix. I had got to look deep into why I had this silent but debilitating illnes and what ME/CFS had come to teach me.



The words of this poem inspired me to stop pushing, to stop fighting and to try to accept 'what is' after all this IS the way it is for now.


The Best I Can!



Years went by and I did try to do my best and more,

M.E.'s hit me and made me see more than by best is flawed.



I pushed and pushed for all to see me rise above it all,

Now I can see those close to me I need not prove no

more.



Where I go? shall search my soul to find out who I am,

The world shall see that im now free to be the best I can.


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