I thought I had big problems
Until I realized your problems
Chemotherapy visits and checks
And months without an answer
Cancer Poems - Page 4
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I thought I had big problemsFeatured Shared Story
I have a best friend who I've known for only a year but has touched my heart. Every time I was sad and lonely she was the one that always cheered me up. But now I find out she might have...
Poem About Wanting More Time With A Friend
Cancer took my best friend, don't you see?
Time was a ticking bomb thrust in me.
Did black cats traverse my way?
Did bad luck linger over me day to day?Featured Shared Story
I lost my best friend to a brain tumor on the 24th of October 2015, so it's been a year since she's been gone. But, man, it feels like it happened just yesterday, as I still cry to this day...
Poem About Thyroid Cancer
The Doctors told me because I have Thyroid Cancer that I have a "good cancer."
I never knew there was a better type of cancer to have.
They said it is very treatable so it's the best to have.
Why do I have to have any type of cancer?Featured Shared Story
I lost a great friend to gastric cancer three years ago. It was so difficult but I walked the journey with her until the end. She never gave up and battled hard. I miss her daily. Today...
So quiet and so deep,
I sit here and watch you sleep.
I watch you as your body lies peacefully.
I'm scared, ...Featured Shared Story
When cancer comes, we are always scared because we never know what will happen. My Meme had cancer. She died five years ago, and it is really sad. I cry almost every day. I wish God would...
Poem About Infertility No Children Because Of Cancer
Every girls dream is to have a child of their own,
A little baby to cuddle, nurture and hold,
A child who's future rest in their hands,
No child for this girl, she doesn't understand, ...Featured Shared Story
I love this poem because this is how I feel, I am 22 and have cancer and I will most likely no longer to he able to have a child of my own. I also work with children so having that every day...
Poem About Struggling With Mom's Cancer Diagnosis
A tall order of contradictions
SpaceFeatured Shared Story
I had a beautiful, loving, great marriage for 26 years to my husband. His name was Rick and he was 58 years old. I lost him to Esophageal and Spinal Cancer 5 years ago. I still feel like it...
The beast that can hit anyone at anytime and anywhere.
It can control your mind if you let it.
It can spread so fast like a beast with hunger.Featured Shared Story
I have known so many people, but the one that stands out the most is my Meme who battled and lost cancer.
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