20 comments on “Throwback Thursday: Spoken Poetry: PTSD

      • wishing you a wonderful week, dear Patty.
        girlies are napping, quiet here, for a little longer.
        Weather already 90 here, and humid.
        But hey, I won’t complain, just dodge the Sunshine with my pearly white skin coated with Freckles
        ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

      • Kiddies and I watched and cheered on the Dutch Women yesterday during the World Cup broadcast yesterday. Their Orange and Blue Denver Broncos cheerleading costumes set the mood for the game. Now we wait with anticipation to see what their future brings on Wednesday. I am not a patient person, I just wish they had scored one more goal in the last minutes ((((;(((
        they played hard, indeed, just came up a little short, but hopefully not toooooo short.
        Hugs and Kisses from the Parker Clan and it’s littlest Princesses and Princes.
        ᕙ(✿▿✿)ᕗ
        <3(๑̀ ͜ʖ๑́)<3.

  1. I hugely applaud you & I love this heart-felt poem.

    You make me want to post one of my old poems I did for PTSD.
    You inspire me and give me hope.

    If I do post it later on today. I would have to edit/polish it a little bit
    to give it more of a kick.

    I’m here with you sister. If you ever need a friend to talk to. I’m always here for you & to listen.

  2. Reblogged this on Unchained Emporium and commented:
    My dad suffers from PTSD. If you think only military personnel are affected, think again. My dad was a farmer who wasn’t able to be drafted because one of his ears is deaf. It’s a tough thing for him and our family.

  3. Patty, Your Spoken Poetry of the “old” poem, “PTSD,” is so effective to touch people to understand one person’s plight with PTSD. You have added another tool with spoken poetry in your PTSD awareness campaign. It just might prove to be your best effort yet! Phil

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