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Deer in the Dusk of the River Fire

Infused, the light of dusk with rose colored skies, Particulates floating like petals while a funeral cries goodbye To ashes to ashes the world came down and the orange tipped night Fell upon us all. Wincing back tears unable to stop the burning The morning comes without a hint of blue, blurred lines between edges

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Sanctuary

Our house holds all I loveYet The door is openFor there’s always roomFor more -one more, many moreLove knows no boundsLove is my sanctuary.My door is open.Every nightThe owls ask whoWho are youWho is homeWho is gone?Every morningThe doves cryCooing in mourningFor those who have goneThe afternoons bringLight casting long shadowsThrough the crystalsIn the heart

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The Talk about Cancer Podcast: Redefining purpose through writing with Serena Hu and Ilene Kaminsky

We talked in-depth about how one’s life after a cancer diagnosis becomes not only difficult but sometimes falls completely apart. After my diagnosis with de novo (from the beginning) metastatic lobular invasive carcinoma, hormone receptor positive in March of 2015, the path I was on had completely lost purpose and I’d lost my way. I

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