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I Live on the Edge

by Doris Zughoul

I live on the edge.
Not in some risky, romantic sort of way,
not like a sky diver or a race car driver.
Not even like a mountain climber.

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Cancer-Free

by Sylvia Solomon

Cancer has taught me to be free
To count my blessings and
Don’t worry about tomorrow
Tomorrow will take care of itself.

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Blessings in Disguise

by Monica M. Paul

There are moments when we wonder,
is it something that we’ve done,
Is it something that we didn’t do that
made us be the one?

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Sometimes …

by Lori C. Byington

Sometimes I forget
Chemo took my hair.
Sometimes I forget
My body doesn’t work as it should.

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Living with Colon Cancer

by Judy Nemes

Sigmoidoscopy, the detector,
I, the observer
And protector
Of this body
We live in.

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Take It Away

by Sylvia Solomon

Standing facing myself,
a new change and outlook.
There is more to me
than my body parts,
so you can take it away.

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Cancer

by Shay M. White

Cancer makes you love more.

Cancer makes you think more.

Cancer makes you depend on God more.

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Variations on a Theme by Niebuhr

by Wendy S. Harpham, MD, FACP

God, grant me the …
serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
courage to change the things I can,
and wisdom to know the difference.

patience to wait when healing requires time,
courage to undergo more treatment when needed,
and wisdom to know the difference.

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