Tears fall on my hands

by Sheila Parker
(Everett, WA, USA)

Tears Fall on My Hands

By: Sheila Parker

The screams
The cries
The banging
The yelling
The thumping

And the Tears fall on my hands...

The smiles
The laughing
The jumping
The excitement
The happiness

And the Tears fall on my hands...

The worries
The pain
The confusion
The hurt
The hopelessness

And the Tears fall on my hands...

The looks
The opinions
The Judgment

in the end the tears fall on my hands!

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Oct 01, 2015
by: Anonymous

Now My Son is 9 He has Now been diagnosed with Marfans syndrome a connective tissue disease. With So many issues his Adhd and sensory issues took a turn for worse last school session lots of fight sent home going back and fourth to school. Now having an IEP in place which made him have to go to another school for this year. So far issues on the bus and I'm drained

Aug 02, 2012
by: Sheila

Now my son also has ADHD Which I already felt he had but just now got the answers I needed. This school year was hard for him entering Kindergarten. I felt alone and pushed to the side with his school. They made us feel unwanted and Now I have to deal with them for another year. I am ready to take them on and not let up. God is my driving force to help my children.

Dec 29, 2011
Great poem
by: Anonymous

This sums up having a special needs child perfectly...my daughter is both my greatest sorrow and my greatest joy

Nov 28, 2011
Universal Law
by: Anonymous

God works in mysterious ways, wouldn't you agree? Those who judge are hiding behind pain. Those who bring hurt to others live in misery. Those who cause tears cry themselves to sleep ever night. Your thoughts create your experience! Have a great day Sheila :)

Aug 31, 2011
by: Anonymous

You managed to capture all the emotions of having a child on the autism spectrum. You made me tear up. Well done!

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