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  1. To My Brother, Who Lost His Life To Cancer

    • By Lisa Crisp
    • Published: April 2009

    To My Brother Gary Allen Hrenchir Jr.
    By Lisa Sister

    The time has come to say Goodbye...

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  3. Think Pink!

    • By Ember Griswold
    • Published: October 2015
    Motivating Poem About Breast Cancer Awareness

    Each month be sure to check your breasts
    To ensure there aren't any unwanted guests.

    Cancer's next victim I will not be.

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  4. Word Never Spoken, Cancer

    Word Never Spoken
    Many Lives Shattered
    Hearts Being Broken
    Turn Back The Clock...

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  6. When Cancer Comes To Call

    just a normal family that's what we were
    working class, but with a bond so tight
    a loving family about to be torn apart
    facing up to his toughest fight....

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  7. A Lesson For Life

    • By Mema
    • Published: February 2009

    I never met him
    but he means a lot
    He was a friend
    but only in my mind...

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  8. Cancer

    • By Adrianna Smith
    • Published: June 2015
    Poem About Fear Of Losing Dad To Cancer

    My daddy has cancer
    I don't know what to do
    I'm praying that we'll make it through
    My daddy has cancer

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  10. The Spring Of Nineteen Ninety Nine

    There were good times and bad,
    the good times were great and the bad times were sad.

    We would tell stories and play dress up with her jewelry, ...

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