Hospital-- Cancer

May 22, 2010
By mariahLynn SILVER, Craig, Colorado
mariahLynn SILVER, Craig, Colorado
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Hug, cry, kiss

Then again.

After the visit

go home play,

then visit again

but this time different

I'm handed a bible, now

truly ready for Christian Camp.

But some things wrong.

We hug, cry, kiss.
Then blow kisses while leaving.
Knowing it's my last visit,
to the hospital, I leave.

Cancer won,
The disease had took its cause
She was gone just like that
Mad with rage,
sad with fear
I go to the funeral,
the dress she picked out,
for me
I act like nothing happened
I can’t
Singing for her freedom
I burst out Crying
The hospital, the whole routine

The hugging, and kissing
All over...
Except the crying.

The author's comments:
My mom basically lived in a hospital, becase she had lung cancer. This peice is pretty much about me visiting her in the hospital.

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