She Soars - November 13, 2012

Poem She SoarsI wrote this poem when my daughter was dealing with a possible Apraxia diagnosis at age two.  A misdiagnosis by someone who measured her before it made sense, before she was even three.  Always get a second and third opinion, before you let your thoughts invade your heart.  Think with your mind and you’ll find a solution, no matter what.

 

It left me with worry.  It left us lost in a challenge. But, we were lucky.  She was misdiagnosed.  But, she still had to work hard to catch up.

 

Maybe she was a late talker.  I don’t know what.   Maybe she was like Einstein and just late to get her words out.

 

I’m proud that she learned to try at such an early age.  I tell her to try no matter what the outcome in life.  I tell her I will be proud of her no matter what.

 

She learned lessons young.  I believe it will benefit her.  It already has.  She perseveres in ways that most never do.  She smiles everyday.  She’s happy everyday.  She believes in herself.  She may be young, but she is a warrior.  She soars, even now at four.

 

She Soars

A pint-sized melody
A mere child with the resilience
To calm others steady
Just by her existence

 

An angel wrapped in disguise
Her challenges bigger than my imagination
But she doesn’t compromise
Regardless of her situation

 

She stands taller than most
In heart
She leaps farther than most
In faith
She grips life stronger than most
In belief

 

At age 2, she is an inspiration
A fighter with a perfect record
No indignation
Just rampant accord

 

A fairy princess
With wings stretched farther
Than our jaded egos can obsess

 

She is humble

Not knowing different
She swoops, flies, smiles
She soars

 

She soars so high
We can only see her light
Her light so bright
We can still see her smile

 

She soars

And forever will, fly high…

 

  1. You are a beauty! <3

    Comment by Lillian Connelly — November 13, 2012 @ 9:20 am
  2. Thank you :)

    Comment by Mommy Unmuted — November 13, 2012 @ 11:09 am
  3. I have chills. Beautiful tribute to your daughter.

    Comment by Karen @ BakingInATornado — November 13, 2012 @ 11:19 am
  4. Thank you! It’s my first time posting any of my poetry, so I really appreciate the kind words :)

    Comment by Mommy Unmuted — November 13, 2012 @ 12:10 pm
  5. Try, no matter what!! Great words to live by! And, wonderful poem!!

    Comment by Roshni AaMom — November 13, 2012 @ 2:57 pm
  6. Thanks! Not trying is worse than trying and not succeeding, right?

    Comment by Mommy Unmuted — November 13, 2012 @ 5:04 pm
  7. What a beautiful poem just wonderful always have hope and believe.

    Comment by Happy Little Feet — November 13, 2012 @ 9:48 pm
  8. Thank you! You are too sweet and somehow I know you carry this same motto around your house.

    Comment by Mommy Unmuted — November 14, 2012 @ 3:07 pm

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