With Right of Survivorship

Lois Tschetter Hjelmstad
From: Fine Black Lines: reflections on facing cancer, fear and loneliness. Mulberry Hill Press, 1998.
Ultima Vez Modificado: 16 de julio del 2003

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(for Ann)



Hard it is to lose a friend
Whose dying could foretell my end

And hard it is to pick up strands
Of living, when those other hands

Are stilled which often soothed my brow
And gave me courage up to now.

There is no way to understand
Why she is gone - and I am here.


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