ratnaprabha raykar

(18th october / hubli karnataka, india)

woman thou art precious


Woman thou art precious
Do not disdain it as something trivial
Defer not its presence
Let not the fear of chemo deter you from disclosure
Let not the doctor's scalpel panic you
Woman thou art precious

Hear not to frightening accounts
Its not as difficult as it sounds
Its but a passing phase
And the sunwill brightly shine again
you will blossom again like spring


Garner all you strength and join hands with your healer
to fight the mutant in you
Let it not get the better of you
woman thou art precious

Ratna prabha R Raykar




note; this is a call to all women to take all precautions so as to overcome breast cancer

Submitted: Saturday, October 31, 2009
Edited: Saturday, October 31, 2009

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