Nothing is Impossible Everything is Possible

Nothing is Impossible Everything is Possible by Natasha

From the one-legged drunk,

From the abused teacher,

From the broken-hearted psychologist,

From the abandoned wife,

From the sadden mother,

From the over-active child,

From the painter’s crippling knee,

From the grandmother’s hip pain,

From the children’s nightmares,

From the doctor’s torment and wickedness,

From the arquitect’s disillusion,

From the gardner’s distress,

From the mother’s anxiousness,

to a clouded mind,

to a distorted body,

to a broken heart,

to a senseless World,

to a lost Soul!

We can embrace the impossible,

or get crippled by the pain.

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