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Poem doodled in the boredom of class about my dad
By Lisa Carroccio
It has been over a year since my mother died of cancer. She ate dinner with us at Thanksgiving and was rushed to the hospital on Christmas Day. On December 27, 2013 the diagnosis of stage IV mesothelioma was made.
This article describes the journey mom and I endured. It was a journey of pain,...
This is a poem I wrote for cancer, purely from the heart. Enjoy!
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'An emotionally-disconnected scientist exploits the world's pragmatism to his advantage by using moral means to get to immoral ends.' (Psychological Horror)
His wife is dying. Driving home, something terrible happens. He survives, but will she?
Short Story | Updated Mar 27, 2014 | Reads: 50 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Cecilia Blake
Jessica is forced to make the biggest decision of her life, when she has to tell her boyfriend of three years, that she no longer loves him.
By Jordan Applegate
Justice Hemingway, a 16 year old girl, goes to high school in El Paso, Texas. Little did she know that a cute boy would walk into her ELA class and cause her heart to rise to heaven. The boy, Cody Silver, has cancer, and is slowly dying.
He only has 2 weeks to live unless he sticks to the...
Memoir assignment for Creative Writing Class about my cancer journey.
Essay | Updated Mar 12, 2014 | Reads: 45 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
After being diagnosed with cancer, Archie plans to fulfill everything listed to his new bucket list. Archie sells his car and sets out westward all on his own.
This is a poem that a wrote a few years ago. It is about a small girl who has cancer.
Poetry | Updated Mar 1, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
"Right here and now, as an old friend used to say, we are in the fluid present , where clear-sightedness never grunteed perfect vision" (Stephen King, Black House)
Right here; The light that's shining on me is as bright as the sun I wish I would've taken advantage of whilst I had the...
Novel | Updated Feb 17, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Josh Holmes
This poem is dedicated to the myriad of cancer patients around the world.
Connors girlfriend dies in a horrible twist of fate and feels like the only way to talk to her is to write to her. Elsie's background:Was diagnosed with Leukaemia at age 3 and was in and out of hospital until she was 14. From then she became rebellious, daring, life loving and bubbly until a...
Charlotte loves Andy more than life itself, always, its been Andy who has been her light. (I'm sorry if this sorry upsets anybody)
This is a short memoir about my mother who died after struggling with cancer for six months. She died on the 8th December 2013. My other account is katym1998