Infusion: The Cure
by Judy Conroy
Infuse the poison so I may live.
So much remains in my soul to give.
by Pat Godfrey McReePat Godfrey McRee is a two-time breast cancer survivor, author of Support to Go, The Unbook for Men & Women with Cancer, and director of the Flying Colors Cancer Network at UT Cancer Institute in Memphis, TN. Read Pat's short poem.
To the Atypical Node on My Thyroid
by Mary Jedlicka Humston
So, you think you can
just come in uninvited
and not be noticed?
by Helene Parris
I crossed a gorge the other day,
through a canyon vague and dark.
The bridge across was made of ropes,
the planks from reeds and bark.
by Jan M. Bianchi
There is direction in uncertainty.
There is resilience within.
Arising like the sun
Shimmering like the stars,
Spirit exceeds everything.
by Pat Godfrey McRee
A circle of colorful women …
by Ann Favreau
Step out of the frame of fear, my dear
Though cancer fills your mind.
Step out of the frame of dread instead
And leave your cares behind.
My Time …
by Danielle DeAnn Dahm
When my time is drawing near,
Will I be happy with my life?
Have I been a nurturing mother?
Have I been a supporting wife?