From "Alive to Testify" by Wanna Wright

This is a poem entitled That Dance by Wanna Wright.

Never learned that dance......................................... you know the one I mean.................................... didn't have the time.................................................. didn't have the chance............................................... at least that's the way it seemed............................ before I began the breast cancer climb......................

I'd learn it if I made it through the chemo..................... then too sick and tired to care.................................... or maybe after the radiation first consumed with living - when then I dared............. ...................by then the dance was seen no where.................................. maybe I'll learn it to celebarate breast cancer eradication.

Wanna is a 25 year cervical cancer survivor and a 20 year breast cancer survivor. She serves on the Board of Directors of The Breast Cancer Fund and the Women's Cancer Resource Center.

Ann Fonfa met her at Summit on Clinical Trials III.


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Ann's poem about the loss of her breasts

The Interview - A Poem

By Carol Novello

Keylight Organization

LINK to beautiful art/ poetry from a survivor

Matuschka, Artist/Photographer/Cancer Activist

New York-based artist Story, photo, LINK

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Journal Writing/Expressive Writing

Link to Margie Davis' site

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LINK to photographer/survivor art-filled website

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A Poem by Minx Borne, 2000

A Tribute to Latrisha

by Karen Lawrence, April 2006

Poem written after a cancer scare - Minx Boren

2006 Poetry

Sonia Baez, Artist

LINK to her personal art site

POEM:   Each Breath--Die Death--Unearth Re-birth!

Michael Koran, poet

Photo Crusade

LINK: to photographs by Tiffany Ann This one is Caged Hope.


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