A.S. Face 0754: Stephanie Webb

Face 754

Step Webb


Do you really know what I feel

How I feel

Horrid pains inside

Do I live or die

Can no longer hold my CRY

Where does my future lie

What did my past leave behind

I’m tired

I’m fighting







Can you walk today


Again I’ll try

I’ll get your wheelchair

What a life


Can’t Reach up to comb my own hair

I am not the bone disease

Living inside of me

This body had no vacancy

Forcefully ignored

He came on board

A.S. is sitting on a full ride occupancy

Who am I

I am Fight

I live until I die

I laugh before & after

A cry

Grateful for my life


Molded from my Father’s Hands above

©Stephnie Webb

Michigan, United States of America

13 Responses to “A.S. Face 0754: Stephanie Webb”

  1. Dear Stephanie,
    Thank you so much for sharing your poetry with us, so beautiful.
    Sincerely Cookie

  2. Oh…I LOVE you’re poem Stephanie! They say that “artists have to suffer for their craft.” You’ve steered the pain into creativity…and beauty. Ya know…I feel sorry for the “normals” out there who don’t experience what you feel. I too believe…that AS’ers will inherit the earth.

  3. I enjoed your poem!!! So true and it explained what a blessing we are!! God bless you : )

  4. Beautiful poem Stephano, you already know what I’m thinkin!

  5. Love your poetry Stephanie- your words say it all

    • Hi Joy, how are you? I love your site! You really are doing a good job with expressing chronic pain. Thank You for all that you are doing.
      Thanks for your kind words 🙂

  6. I live in michigan I would like to talk to you about AS

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