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Oncology Times:
doi: 10.1097/01.COT.0000368018.08873.1b
Poetry

Poetry by Cancer Caregivers: “Eternity”

Bennett, Jane C.

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Lovely little planet Earth

Kathleen Bumberry, R...
Kathleen Bumberry, R...
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How I will miss you when I die!

Your sun, your moon,

The people I love,

Laughter and children,

Music and intelligent conversations.

But perhaps, I will be able

To explore the Universe at warp speed

The planets, the stars, the galaxies,

The colors, the lights

Beyond infinity and back again

That should take a little time.

Or perhaps, a speck of me

Might drift on a speck of earth

And join molecules,

Life will begin again somewhere in the

Universe

And I will melt into Eternity.

Submissions are welcome from oncologists, oncology nurses, and other cancer caregivers. E-mail only, please, to: OT@LWWNY.com, and include affiliation/title, address, and phone number, along with a photo, if available.

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