Betty Janko

    Poems by Betty Janko

  • The Ultimate Gift...

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    • Posted on 07/25/16
    Poem About Organ Donation

    in Compassion Poems

    She was a victim, also a victor.
    Her life was cut short by a single shot.
    Fate intervened, an unknown predictor,
    Of who will live 'n who will not.

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  • A Final Goodbye

    • Published: July 2016
    Facing Your Own Death

    in Dying Poems

    Do not weep for me, for I will soon be gone.
    My body may die, but my soul will live on.
    Perhaps up to heaven, maybe eternity,
    or be reborn as another, when I am set free.

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    In 3 days it will be the one year anniversary of the death of your friend. You are not alone in your memories. In time, your special memories will bring greater joy than pain. But it takes...

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  • A Summer Treat

    • Published: July 2016
    Haiku About Watermelon

    in Haiku

    Haiku About Watermelon, A Summer Treat
    Watermelon slice
    Sticky face from juicy flesh
    Spitting out the seeds

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