Comments : Hope

  • 10 months ago

    by Lainie Reay

    Milly, This has so much meaning to me though I'm trapped by my body I try to focus on what I can do and not what I cannot, but every now and then that need to be free comes back to me until I go back to focusing on the can's usually when I wake the next morning. Thank you x

    • 10 months ago

      by Milly Hayward

      Laine I'm glad it helped. I am disabled with long term health issues that make life often difficult. I wrote it initially to give hope to anyone who suffers from long term illness. Then I thought it might help give hope to anyone who's struggling and wants to escape sometimes.

      Everyday is a new start with new possibilities. Milly x

  • 10 months ago

    by Lainie Reay

    It totally made sense as exactly that Milly x

  • 10 months ago

    by Kitty Cat Lady

    While I can understand your mobility issues, I can never truly empathise with how it must feel not to have the freedom of mobility. This poem is one of freedom of your mind, and what a beautiful freedom that is, maybe only made possible due to physical limitations.
    I love this Milly :-) x
    =^.^=

  • 4 months ago

    by stormingdance (Jessica)

    I think perhaps those with chronic pain could also relate on some level. Sometimes I wish I could just be free of the migraines, mind fog, and joint pain.

    Your poem does make me thankful, and I really enjoyed the imagery.