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February 12, 2016


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Linda Ellis

Joyce, I am glad the words have touched you in this way. Yes, please use the poem as you request. I am so sorry for what you are going through. I wrote a "letter" to cancer in a poem, while it was taking my father. I'll try to find it. I think it's here on my blog somewhere. Sending prayers to you. Linda Ellis

Joyce Shepherd

This poem is so beautiful and touching. I have lost two first cousins inside three months to cancer and I myself have stage four Thyroid Cancer. This poem is so touching, I would like to have permission to have it included in my obituary when the time comes. It touches on all of my feelings. BEAUTIFUL and very WELL DONE, Ms. Linda Ellis.

Mark Anthony Grubb

It is human to question grief and saddness in a world full of madness. Linda you did a great job with this work that has poured from your heart.

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