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Down at the Deep End / Poems & Drawings By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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This may be a secret among only a few of its recipients, but cancer is a direct and positive gift from God. Its chemo and radiation therapies wrack and ruin us... and its alternative therapies may... More > bewilder us with the arcane and often whacky character of their methods... I chose the traditional medical program of three chemo and thirty-five radiation sessions, begun immediately after diagnosis of my cancer, and I praise Allah for the doctors who treated me with their medicine chest of tough love. _________________ Redemption happens the way/ water falls/ Forgiveness is air/ let into an airless room/ Even at the top of the highest peak/ we can’t just step off into the sky/ At some point only God’s Love has any reality/ and everything hangs enraptured from that ferocious hook/ Streams of light continue to enter us from we/ know now where/ The truth of our beings/ light streaming everywhere< Less
The Dark Spots are Crows By Stephen Morse
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A collection of poems written and revised by Stephen Morse while undergoing chemotherapy and treatment for a stage 4 cancer. Crows are his totem for the struggle.
The Dark Spots are Crows By Stephen Morse
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A collection of poems written and revised by Stephen Morse while undergoing chemotherapy and treatment for a stage 4 cancer. Crows are his totem for the struggle.
still waiting By Bonnie Winfield
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A journey through the treatment of breast cancer supported by Buddhist practice, the poetry and writing of other travelers, and a willingness to be present in the moment.
still waiting By Bonnie Winfield
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A journey through the treatment of breast cancer supported by Buddhist practice, the poetry and writing of other travelers, and a willingness to be present in the moment.
The Mask By Byron King
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A poetry chapbook written while receiving brain radiation and chemotherapy for a brain tumor. The reason for writing this collection was to document the treatment process for my friends and family... More > and to keep focused on the details of treatment so that I could offer support to those who might travel a similar path.< Less
The Journey By Helen Kerner
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This book tells the story of the author’s experience of navigating the critical diagnosis of leukemia when she was told she had 3 to 5 months to live if she didn’t immediately find... More > effective treatment. The story --- from symptoms to diagnosis to treatment, recovery and renewal --- is told through prose and poetry. Proceeds from the sale of this book to benefit Fred Hucthinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, Washington< Less
Noble: Survivors Write By David Andrew Stoler, Editor
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Noble is a compilation of personal narratives and poetry documenting the remarkable journeys of eight young adult cancer survivors in New York City. The works contained in Noble were prepared as... More > part of The re:Writing Project's Winter 2005 Cycle. The re:Writing Project is a writer's workshop sponsored by The New York LifeLab (www.thelifelab.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to helping young adult cancer survivors rebuild their lives after treatment. The proceeds from the sale of this journal go toward supporting future cycles of The re:Writing Project.< Less
Noble: Survivors Write By David Andrew Stoler, Editor
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Noble is a compilation of personal narratives and poetry documenting the remarkable journeys of eight young adult cancer survivors in New York City. The works contained in Noble were prepared as... More > part of The re:Writing Project's Winter 2005 Cycle. The re:Writing Project is a writer's workshop sponsored by The New York LifeLab (www.thelifelab.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to helping young adult cancer survivors rebuild their lives after treatment. The proceeds from the sale of this journal go toward supporting future cycles of The re:Writing Project.< Less
Emotions By Betty Downing
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Poems written when I found out my father had terminal lung cancer, the short time during his treatment, and how we as a family handled and were able to go on following his death.