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Queeny Gona

(16th august,1987 / KANIGIRI)

Prayer Warriors needed!


Heart to heart
Chit chat with my beloved
After a long gap
The talk in just ten minutes
Mostly in silence
Sitting face to face
Lined a glue
In-between our souls.
Tear wet eyes Hardly said what she craves.
All that she wants
Is to return double in triples
Apart from love, The money and toil,
If at all she returns!

So asked for prayers
That would help her fight cancer
To stand on foot
Kicking off the stretch.
The dates remind
We are falling short of time.
None of the nine chemo's underwent sweat us much,
Yet this one last surgery
Is the final battle
Of life and death!

Submitted: Monday, August 19, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013
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(Please join your hands with my family for my safe return.- Uma sree.
She is my student at Good Shepherd School pursuing tenth grade. She requested for moral support through prayers to fight cancer. Today she has been hospitalized and is to be under doctors surveillance for about a month.

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