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The New Hive: A New Form of Creative, Personal and Social Expression

If you don’t know about The New Hive, a wonderfully creative social media platform designed to connect us through self expression, I invite you to check it out. The site allows you to create your own Web pages with intuitive online tools. … Continue reading

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The Cancer Poetry Project

“A single poem—heart-rending, fearful, raging, beautiful, grotesque, even hilarious—lets us know we’re not alone in dealing with cancer.” The Cancer Poetry Project, edited by Karin B. Miller, who turned to poetry when her husband was diagnosed with cancer, is accepting … Continue reading

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James Navé’s 100 Poems

I gave myself over to being loved and that is a miracle all human beings deserve. –from “Slumber After Surgery” by James Navé If you missed it, there was a lovely story on NPR this morning about James Navé , … Continue reading

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A poem | By: Pat Prinz

Before the confirmation, then for 4 months more, before the surgery to remove ‘it’ I tried to grasp what ‘it’ was, and failed to grasp what ‘it’ was – this unknown amount of cancer in my body Dreading Outcomes of … Continue reading

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Girls Gone Wild | By: Sylvia Byrne Pollack

When I see the bright splotches On the radiologist’s ultrasound screen, I know enough to know it’s not good, That somewhere along the line of cells Lining a milk duct, something had gone Haywire.  Exuberant, giddy cells spill out, Reminisce … Continue reading

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