Treasure Island

Victoria Horn


Survivors


A circle of prayer
For those struggling out there
Pink ribbon news never easy to swallow
One after the other and yet another one sure to follow
Thinning hair
Little energy to go anywhere
Fighting back
Health on track
These are the pink ribbon warriors.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 02, 2011
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