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Poem Details | by Rob Schulteis |
Categories: anxiety, beauty, cancer, death, love,

With Angels Wings

"With Angels Wings"

The whispering winds, a song they sing

A song of sorrow and of a heart so big 

Your love reaches as far as the eye can see

I believe in dreams because in my heart, you beat

Just as a gentle breeze shimmers every leaf

Your love, in every heart, plants a seed

Elegance, love and hope is what grows beneath

And this is your gift to us....

For safe keeping.

So...if you ever wonder why heaven sings

It's because now you fly...

      With Angels Wings


Poem Details | by Monia Kurtz |
Categories: cancer, death, i love you, loss, love hurts, meaningful,

For Ronan

Your soul was being attacked
Meanwhile mine carried bags
Of sorrow, devastation and guilt
For I knew your little body couldn’t handle this
This cancer that sprung up out of nowhere when you were two
But you got your army men and went to work
Fighting
How strong your little heart was
Bigger than any of those little army men
Nevertheless, your little body didn’t fight forever
How could it?
So I sat you on my lap and told you that it was okay
You died that day.
So now,
Every chance I get I say screw Cancer
Fot taking the most precious boy I’d ever laid eyes on. 

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: cancer, confidence, encouraging, life, love, strength, together,

A BIGGER LIFE



Some days you may
be low on strength
I’ll give you mine
life is bigger than cancer

We feed off each other
the closeness of our bond
finishing each other’s
sentences and thoughts

Your touch your smile
There’s magic in the details
In the togetherness of you and I
In life being bigger than cancer



posted on July 13, 2019

Poem Details | by mike dailey |
Categories: health, hope, inspirational, life, philosophy, recovery from..., upliftingme, love, me, cancer,

The Truth

It’s true that I have cancer
Not true that it has me
For I choose to live my life
As full as it can be
It’s true they did some cutting
To get the cancer out
But I’m still fighting cancer
And it is quite a bout
It’s true that I’ll do chemo
And chemo makes you sick
While chemo kills the cancer
That’s not what makes me tick
For me, it’s love of family
My daughter and my wife
And I’ll have a brand new grandchild
And that – to me – is life
Each moment that I’m living
My love for them grows strong
And loving equals living
That’s what keeps me going on
So it’s true that I have cancer
Not true that it has me
And like a wise man said once
The truth shall set you free.


Poem Details | by Berteena Harmony Of The Soul |
Categories: bereavement, cancer, grief, loss, lost love, native american, tribute,

Windwalker

I
knew a Tiger
who swam with dolphins
along the razor’s edge

and
meditated with a yellow bird
under his honey’s tree
in a west coast garden.

A
rare breed
from an indigenous
creed.

His
poetic wisdom
written with
zen.

He
sung his songs
in syllables:
5-7-5 and 5-7-5-7-7.

His
beloved’s last kiss
left him fragrant roses
when she crossed over.

Where
did our
Windwalker
go?

Lava
beads, sky lanterns,
and a beautiful
rainbow.

Is
he crying with Coyotes
to the moon or on
heaven’s Windswept Shore?

I
knew a Tiger
who walked
with the wind.



by Berteena
Harmony of the Soul
PoetrySoup Poem of the Day - January 29, 2019

Poem Details | by Jill Martin |
Categories: friendship, funny, life, love, cancer,

Chemo Fun

Sitting in the backseat ~ yackety
she drives like
    crackers ~ wackedy
speeding to the movies?
we can’t be late?
Driver ahead asleep at the
    light
panic stop she makes ~ 5 seatbelts lock
But the 
backlash! ........... flying wig
plops smack in my lap . . . .
Screaming fits of laughter all around.
Late to the movies after all,
    not nearly as good.




Dedicated to my friend, Kate.
Breast cancer survivor.

Poem Details | by Emily Kroeger |
Categories: death, life, loss, love, sad, sympathy, time

The Cancer

I've watched her vanish and dietirate into withering roses.

The pain that takes over her body is spreading fast and furious,

and only weakens her!

How can she bring so much light into a room of darkend souls, with her smile,

When she has only those two weeks to remain?

Why her a mother and new bride?

She doesnt want to miss a thing in her young boys lifes.

But... she already knows how it will be and how it will come.

Six days, six days she had before the death withen her took 

one last breath, and she vanished into the atmosphere and left.

Poem Details | by Brian Byrne |
Categories: cancer, death, deep, depression, flower, loss, love, metaphor,

Daisy

Daisy.
there she lay
planted beneath the soft, brittle earth

I remember picking you
no roses or tulips
just Daisy.

I was the gardener—
your gardener
what now shall I water

I cry in hopes my tears
will make you sprout
come out of your flowerbed

white and pure
yellow and cheery
green and new

I knew you were wilting
I saw you lose your petals
your eyes lost their vibrant glow

small and feeble
easily carried by the wind
you died within my gloves

now you are back where you began 
the dark, eerie ground
but this time

Daisy. 

 you won’t grow






Poem Details | by Johnny Rhinem |
Categories: art, baby, cancer, love,

Autumn's Legacy

Gazing from afar, amid still frame silence...
Watching her making way unto the parks bench
Blue skies taking a drag from my cigarette; sketching
Divinities staircase within my mind; transcending this Autumn's
Canvas but a silhouette her bridals path winding, through a breath..
Reaching out her gentle hand whileas a white dove, the symbol of love 
Descends from it's perch atop porcelain clouds to drink, from this her tears
Pangful spheres risen from a crystal heart; cast aside yesteryears cherub wings...
She awaits endless dreams; to awaken from this valley of broken things; her beauty.

                                                                    
 


Poem Details | by Sabrina Niday Hansel |
Categories: angst, cancer, care, change, children, cry, dad, daughter, death, emotions, family, father, father daughter, fear, goodbye, grief, heartbroken, hurt, life, loss, love, parents, poems, sad, sister, song, sorrow, truth,

Forever Changed

June 18, 2013 our world was Forever Changed
We where a few minutes from home
When we got the call from our baby sister

Said we need to get back home
We need to come as fast as we can drive
Mom really needs us
Something’s wrong with Daddy
The whole way we drove 80
Hoping & Praying we’d make it back in time

Our Family & Friends were weeping 
By the time we got to his side
We knew then our Daddy had been taking
And our hearts they were breaking
We never got to say Goodbye
We each softly kissed that man
We four sisters laid down beside him
And cried just like babies
For our world was Forever Changed that day
 
 

Poem Details | by Dean Masciarelli |
Categories: faith, life, love, sad, cancer,

You are so precious to me (This poem is dedicated to my Daughter)

You are so precious to me

Written By Dean Masciarelli

August 5, 2010 (5:29pm)


You are so precious to me

And I am so worried 
about you 
and your cancer surgery

Because your 
only 
twenty three

But in my eyes
you will 
always be my baby

The eighteenth 
is not
very  far away

So I am going to get 
down 
on my knees to pray

Every single day 

So that the good Lord 
will bless you
with a full recovery

So that you 
can 
be cancer free

Because you mean 
the world to me

Poem Details | by Cole Banner |
Categories: absence, bereavement, best friend, cancer, change, courage, dark, death, death of a friend, emotions, farewell, feelings, funeral, goodbye, grief, heart, heaven, journey, loneliness, lonely, loss, lost, lost love, love, marriage, miss you, missing, missing you, moving on, pain, people, prayer, relationship, remember, sad love, sorrow, spiritual, strength, suicide, symbolism, sympathy, tribute,

Forty Lost

Time moves on,
and soon will tell,
when asked for whom
they ring the bell…
 Forty lived
…and forty lost,
you left before twilight.
When it’s half as much,
at twice the cost,
you’ll  bask
in perfect light…
We live in castles
…made of sand,
we come as a stranger,
but leave as a friend…
Remember now,
your last first kiss,
those times will be
profoundly missed…
Your smile indeed
could cast a spell.
You learned to
play a bad hand well…
With all our hopes
and dreams in tow,
we are old too quick,
and wise too slow.
Life’s an elaborate
complex dance...
Would you live again,
if you had the chance?
 
 Copyright © 2013

Poem Details | by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO |
Categories: art, confusion, death, faith, fear, happiness, hope, inspirational, introspection, life, love, mystery, nature, nostalgia, peace, people, philosophy, religion, sea, social, space, time, uplifting, visionary, cancer,

Solar Love

Every star is someone eles's son (shield your eyes) shrug off hate from everyone familiar place been here before thousands of nights the ocean shore coasts are changing minds align hate and fear must now resign connect the dots move my child tame the shy wake the wild shred advice relayed from the miser castrate cancer obstructing the wiser transcendental the hydrogen burns furnishing life each time earth turns

Poem Details | by Jeremy Street |
Categories: art, baby, cancer, love,

His, California Chrome

Sky scrapers posed a gauntlet across her neon waters....
Radioactive tides their evasive in stalking horse wavelengths
Walpurgis nights  preordained pentagon knife; planchette's point
Blank modern day Pompeii ? Neptune's, man of war; crimson's rabbit.






Just A Note: 6\7\2014...."Hey Baby, You Know I Love You: Your A Precious Creation
....Far Beyound Racing And This, These Man Made Things....'Sweet Dreams Baby Boy.'"

Poem Details | by Rachel St.Cross |
Categories: cancer, love,

My Kindred Spirit

Asking, 'Shall we summon fire from Heaven to consume them ?
Gazing deeply into their eyes, saying, 'Ye know not what manner of Spirit you are.'

Poem Details | by Brooke Hays |
Categories: angel, beauty, butterfly, cancer, cry, lost, love,

Iron Butterfly

Isn’t time cruel
Never stable or forgiving
When you’d forfeit everything
Just to feel something

When it’s all broken
And you have no more tears to cry
When all you have is false hope
And it seems you might survive
You’re fooling yourself
You’re nothing more than an iron butterfly

Poem Details | by Anna-Marie Docherty |
Categories: age, cancer, feelings, friendship, growing up, happy, husband, life, love, marriage, poems, poetry, romantic, visionary, wife,

Rendezvous

We went to a fortune teller
After we met through penfriend letters
Having written since nine and ten
We went to a fortune teller
Marriage was her main prediction
We married with complete conviction
We went to a fortune teller
After we met through penfriend letters

Poem Details | by Brendan J. Simons |
Categories: cancer, loss, love,

Picture of My Grandparents

I watched her as she watched him;
Embraced in a lock of two long lovers’ limbs.

My grandmother holding my grandfather’s hand,
As each breath of his slip as if they were drops of sand.

In a dial whose demand is but spent supply of his time,
Stolen by the thief who is free to perform a perpetual crime.

For the Reaper grins with grim dimples in such imputative avarice,
Unfettered by false claims of such fellows as Lazarus.

And so I watch with horror as the most brilliant man I know,
Slips away from the man I call my very own Poppy Joe.

Poem Details | by carson jones |
Categories: beautiful, cancer, dedication, grief, loss, love, sympathy,

hello,my name is

hello my name is hooligan
years ago i lost my bestfriend
he laughed everyday
but left before i got to say
i love you
hello my name is dumb
but the memories were so fun
you had a smile on your face but yet you couldnt stay we still love you.
 rip justin baker. 

Poem Details | by Courtney Courtney |
Categories: caregiving, confusion, death, depression, family, fear, friendship, health, husband, loss, love, recovery from..., sympathy, wife, cancer,

Love You

total enchantment
the time I shared here with you
long past the times, few
 
sometimes I feel the cancer  
is in us both not just you

Poem Details | by Johnny Rhinem |
Categories: art, baby, cancer,

Love Is Everything

Watching her world grow old waxing cold; this flesh is dying....
Drawn within a place which failed it's glitter afore she ever glowed ?
Still trying to sell myself her derriere; up turned towards his southern wind
Atop, time's casting couch ? Requesting another read through while pulling this broken 
Tooth from her golden apple and surround sounds sea shells playing an octave five..
Black as white a tiny kitten shy peaking past, the cracked door ? Melting my heart knowing.


Poem Details | by Shayla Dendinger |
Categories: art, confusion, death, depression, faith, family, forgiveness, friendship, imagination, life, loss, lost love, music, mystery, religion, song-sorry, war, heart, pain, heart, cancer,

Death Meets Love

I got trapped in the dark 
the cancer creeps closer towards my heart 
I cant stand the pain that starts

they put a needle in me 
my heart stops beating 
I cant hear my thoughts or what im feeling

everything seems cluttered 
I stand here in a daze 
but your face starts to fade

I start to loose my feeling 
my hands are numb and my toes wont budge
my brain stops working 
little flakes peel off my heart

my heart turns gray 
I cant wait to fly away
in the light I shall go 

somewhere else but my home
where pain meets pleasure and death meets love

Poem Details | by Louis Grant iii |
Categories: cancer, care, devotion, life, love, october, together,

OCTOBERS'S HOPE

Awareness is believing in the heart
That cherishes all and the wisdom
We gain though our strength 
In desperate times we measure
Our mercury for others 
Is the gift we Neil
To them

LMG3

Poem Details | by Troy Snyder |
Categories: cancer, friend, inspirational, love,

Pink Love - My Spirit

Pink Love

You will see pink love this month
The pink ribbon will stand true,
I will wear my pink with pride
October is made for you.
This is to all the mothers
That we lost along the way,
A cause made to find a cure
That I pray we have one day.
Family will support you
And friends will always be found,
Wipe your tears and take a look
The pink love is all around.

Poem Details | by Lori Freund |
Categories: cancer, dad, emotions, father, father daughter, i love you,

When I talk do you hear me

I was thinking of you today.
It's nothing new all I do is pray.
I would like to know do you hear,
Or do you turn a deaf ear.

Can you tell me if you see me cry?
When I'm alone wishing I said good bye.
Wanting only one more chance.
Hoping I could have a father daughter dance

Can you hear my laughter?
Now that youre in the hereafter.
I wish you could let me know.
Maybe you could start to glow.