Terence G. Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)
Illustrating Need For Self Breast Cancer Checks
why is choice no boobs nipples offensive if survivor public shown?
is not facing illustrating need for self breast cancer checks necessary?
is it not offensive to ignore life threating problems cancer full blown?
what's the problem? promoting safety? promote cancer checks daily?
so what do we do about the woman with the breast cancer warning?
addressing seriously urgently need problem now should be dawning?
so promote this awesome tattoo celebrate women cancer surviving?
your one amazing lady be strong admire courage or keep scrolling?
courage takes many forms this is a statement of courage written
in art, honour courage, honour all women, who need support!
after surviving breast cancer drastic measures; is this woman's
courage worthy of admiration or sensor facebook condemnation!
Topic of this poem: Cancer
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
Split image from the poem 'Declaration Post Breast Cancer Courage' by Terence George Craddock.
Inspired by an internet posted photo, of a breast cancer surviving woman, with the above described tattooed bra.
Dedicated to all breast cancer victims.
Written in April 2014 on the 9.4.2014.
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