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"Here" I said as I held out my jacket. He looked at me as he shook his head with a smile.
"I can't take it, it's supposed to be the other way around now"
"Who says?" As he was about to say something I interrupted him "im your friend and I always have been. All because my body has changed it...
Ember Lynn has been through a lot. Her father was abusive and her mother sat on the sidelines, not doing anything about it. She was alone in a cruel world. That is, until Damon Jonathan came into her life. He was her knight in shining armor, saving her from her father and her careless mother....
By The Queen Of Style
This chapter basically describes the main character and is an intro. to her life: Lyla Foreman.
She was raised up by two Australian Parents, and she has traveled the world. She moves from Cambridge back to her hometown, Perth.
Warning: This poem is rather provocative, addressing issues such as suicide, cannibalism, our nations policies, depression, etc. If this is not for you, please skip. If this is your sort of thing, I urge you to read on.
Melony is a girl who is disabled, she lives on an floating island in the sky. She has always wanted to know what is in the outside world beyond the clouds, but with the loss of her parents and recent diagnosis of cancer. Its almost nearly impossible. But for Melony, nothing is impossible if she...
Last, my sister was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. This week, after a whirlwind of doctor's appointments, scans and biopsies, and trips to the ER, I find myself spending the long weekend in a hospital two hours away from home while she receives her first treatment of chemo. This poem...
More poetry, this one was written today, 5/10/14. I just found out that one of my closest friends has cancer.
A Touching Story about my Mother and her Best Friend Wenty, fighting the battles of Autism and Cancer throughout the years.
In honor of my sister, my hero
Short Story | Updated May 15, 2014 | Reads: 29 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
If I were to ask you what you love, the answers would likely roll off your tongue. You love to read. You love to write. You love birds, music, tattoos. But how long do you think you could go on and on before you said, â€œI love myselfâ€?
He wants to tell Lily's story.
Troy's life had always been picturesque. A fine family, a loyal spirit, and a high-ranking job. A role model to every citizen of his country. Then the sickness came. Everything was ending. And it was ending fast.
Novel | Updated May 11, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
How does he go on walking past all the places he fell deeper in love with the women he lost? They hold the reasons why she will always be imprinted into his heart. A love that never dies truly is amazing, even in the most haunting ways.
This poem is dedicated to cancer awareness.
My other gran-mother (on my fathers side of the family) has terminal cancer, and its horrible to watch. I find it hard to watch both of my gran-mothers have two such different illnesses but both have no cure. I wrote "A cup of Tea" for my gran-mother...
Poetry | Updated Apr 29, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
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,...