Follow Friday: Silently Heard Once

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“Silent Kim” describes herself as an illusionist that sees the future ahead, but is a pace behind. She is a fantastic story writer and her poetry is a must to read.

Kim suffers from “Lupus” which is an autoimmune disease that turns the immune against the organs and body parts. There are different kinds of Lupus, and Kim goes on with her life not allowing the disease to grasp the upper hand with her, keeping her own control over her body.

The poem she uses to describe herself is a brilliant one and definitely worth a read. I’d suggest heading over there and taking a look through the work she has created. You won’t be disappointed. I enjoy reading everything she writes.

She is also one of the administrators on Facebook of the Chain Writing Game that was set up by Kerrie Salsac . A flash fiction game that has authors take turns in writing part of a story.

WordPress ……………………….. Here

WordPress (Lupus) …………… Here

Facebook …………………………. Here

Twitter ……………………………… Here

7 thoughts on “Follow Friday: Silently Heard Once

  1. Kim is one of the friends and I mean friends (you included) I have on WP and I am so glad I met her. She is such an inspiration in every sense of the word and she never ceases to amaze me with her cheerful and upbeat disposition to lupus. Her poetry touches the core, keen observations on life’s journeys, very frank and sometimes raw and therein lies her power to touch me.

  2. This is lovely of you, Al. Kim is an interesting read. I didn’t know she had lupus though – I missed that. Cheers…

    • Thanks Noleen. Yeah, it’s not the happiest of diseases. When my friend first told me she had Lupus, my response was to ask her if she was going to turn into a werewolf 😉

    • You’re welcome 🙂 I figured it was time people saw what you create. You do some excellent pieces, and I wanted to share them

      I used to know someone with Lupus so I have an idea of what you go through.

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