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She sits in front of her mirror,
Conversing with her reflection.
Her words seemingly unintelligible
Are understood by both.

Handicapped signs
And wheelchairs
And stumbling blocks
Seem all she'll ever know.

But right now the wide brown eyes
Looking back from the mirror
Show a spark of hope
For promises yet to be fulfilled.

Amy Tully

Note: The above poem was written by 15 year Amy Tully of Wisconsin for her 10 year old sister Kathleen. Kathleen suffers from a condition called Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum (ACC).

To learn more about this please visit
Amy's ACC Information Page.

Thank's for letting me print your poem and learn more about ACC Amy... :-) You're the best Big Sis Kathleen could have.

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