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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    Watching my 17-year-old friend pass killed me. Although you are gone, you haven't left my memory. Although you're still here, I miss you every day. I know you are watching over me, but...

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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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