My Agony

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I look at others and wonder
Why they act so different
They treat me as an alien
Loath the sight of me

I try to sing and dance as they
Find mine far removed from theirs
Try to eat and drink as they
Find my hands weak, unsteady

I try to read as they
Fumble on every word I see
Try to look as they
Find water oozing all over me

I wonder what’s wrong with me
Why I can’t be as others I see
Mom says I am special
That’s my agony

If only I could
I’d do things differently.

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Inspired by the theme “I’d do things differently” at

100 words on saturday

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About Geeta Nair

Born in Independent India to two really wonderful people who cherished and nourished me with great care, I consider myself lucky to have had the best that life could offer me. Lucky to have had the best education , the best sibling, the best husband, the best daughter,the best of everything that I could ever want, Love to live life on my terms .

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  1. True it is a privilege to be a mother;s special baby but at the same time it is also true that special children face untold agony when they can’t do things or act as normal children.

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  2. It’s hard enough to get through those childhood years, plus with a difference makes it that much harder. While a child would wish to do things differently, those very same challenges of childhood, produce strength and eventually a beautiful, caring adult .

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