I wake early. I hope I have everything packed.
I can leave the mack in the case. I wait for the taxi, full of anticipation. Wanna show me? Oh look at that girl, oh so fair…with hair of curly golden locks of sunkissed hair.
It will never be. You see a commercial, you shed a tear. The flower wilts day by day. What was bright and shiny slowly turns to grey. There are cries for help and tears running down, there are smiles too of course, here and there, but then comes the frown. I scream and I yell but no one hears. Now we talk about life in months…there may not be years. The hardest part of any battle is not the end where peace lies ahead, but the fight itself where fear and pain rear their ugly head. The hardest part of watching my daughter suffer this illness is not knowing one day that she will be at peace with her father.
Listening to the cries for help that I cannot answer.
Laughing through the Pain: Conquering Cancer with Laughter - Kindle edition by Jowanda Thomas, Barb Gibbon, Kevin M Thomas, Asaph Direct Publishing. Laughing Through The Pain Conquering Laughing Through the Pain. It was a reality check that I could have lived without. The last 6 years have had their ups.
When my stomach gurgles with rage, you think its indigestion But what is broken is more the appropriate question. You creep and crawl Inside my body parts Turn innocent gas Into unexpected sharts.
Comments I needed this very badly.. You can start seeing your scars as a sign of strength and not pain. Every great success requires some type of worthy struggle to get there. I travelled to see him in the hospital three times per week, by bus. Your post has really helped me out a lot. We must seek out other artists of the spirit, new friends who gradually will help us to find the road to life again, who will walk the road with us.
You took away My beautiful golden hair Now just a bald head Resides atop there. God gave me a smile Polished up a crown Even bejeweled and bedazzled it Said this will never let you down. It can reset you then let you drown alone It can thump you and dump you like a stone It can strangle you and dangle you over a cliff It can make the supple buckle and become stiff. It can be spiteful and frightful any time of day It can harass you then cast you away It can make you grumble and keep you humble too It can make you cry and say goodbye but never really leave you. Poems about cancer We are very grateful to all of you who have made such an effort to share your personal and poignant poems about cancer with us.
My Dad I feel so empty feel so blue so scared of what my life will be like without you. Life has given me you And given you cancer.
go here Almost a disappointment. I now understand blank astonishment. I had rehearsed my reactions to being faced by mountains; Trying to look on the bright side of them and appreciating their grandeur; preparing so thoroughly that I forgot to pack the sun cream. Why do I not feel like dancing? Where is relief?
Just perplexed and I guess stunned. I looked in the mirror and what did I see? I used to smoke ,40 years and more, why stop I used to say , smoking isnt a chore, I wont get cancer, me! So if you smoke and think it wont happen to you. Take heed of my words they are really true.
Look at that Girl Oh look at that girl, oh so fair…with hair of curly golden locks of sunkissed hair. She uses her comedy as a platform to amplify the struggles of others, often bearing lessons about love, honor, respect, and withholding judgment. That is the power to forgive — and you use that power to love, respect, and honor yourself.
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Ibram Kendi How to be the Smartest in the Room. ALL mental illnesses are real.
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