Tag: Cancer poetry


In the support love kindness and Set out upon the rivers of friendship to search forDistant fires of the hearth of homes The heartbeats of the drums Of rhythmic healing To the same time as yoursAs mine And in the depth of cool waterChanged the rocks as I skimmed by To see you on the

Continue reading

Pt. 3 Death, Dying and Mourning: opening the Pandora’s box of grief

119? That’s the number of women who die per day from Metastatic Breast Cancer. About 240 died while I put time into writing and I must ask if part three is necessary. It is. Visiting my mother’s grave for the first time five years after her death and losing another dear friend this year to

Continue reading

SurvivingBreastCancer.org my ongoing conversation with Laura Carfang

podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breast-cancer-conversations/id1441928699 This podcast is entitled “why is “how are you?” Such a loaded question?” And it is a very loaded question. The subtext is always “for someone with metastatic breast cancer.” I enjoyed my talks with Laura over a three day nine hour recording and the team did a fabulous job in editing it down

Continue reading