Tag: metastatic cancer

The Voyage of May Flowers

Pulling from the highest shelf (Hoping no one noticed) A book labeled too provocative to leave behind:“Dead & Pretty”How they once sipped water through stems From beneath the clean garden soil.I sit on oak old chairs at Along library table with hearts carved by keys Holding initials of what love leaves Turning pages of pressed

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Cancer: It’s all in your head

This third week of January 2021 brought about change. The one we’ve sat in our homes waiting with a national- dare I say global – collective held breath for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to take the reigns out of the hands of a thief. After four ugly years of a petty loose cannon, from

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Good Doctors Listen

As I sat in my oncologists office last week a young first year resident entered the exam room. I was not warned by my oncologist’s nurse – very unusual. Yet I was not worried to see him either, since my oncologist certainly wouldn’t put someone in a room with me who wasn’t capable of good

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