Our Love …
September is International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and once again the Little Fighters Cancer Trust is hard at work sharing everything we can regarding Childhood Cancer and trying to raise Childhood Cancer Awareness by sharing information and Personal Stories with you.
Today we thought that, seeing that we finished Ryan’s story yesterday, it would be fitting to end the week off with another poem written by Ryan’s mother, Michelle.
Writing down how one feels is probably one of the best things that any parent of a Child with Cancer can do, as it is one way of getting all those emotions out that one just cannot always share with others.
We will be publishing more of these poems by Michelle throughout this month as we work hard to bring Childhood Cancer to the fore and spread Childhood Cancer Awareness – all in the effort to inform and educate other parents to the ravages of Childhood Cancer and to remind everyone that
The Best Defence against Childhood Cancer is Awareness and Early Diagnosis
Our love …
As you look down on me from heaven above
I feel your presence with gratifying love.
Our love is written in the stars
no more pain, no more scars
except for my broken heart
the day we had to part.
Our love is everlasting and will never die
one day I will meet you in the sky.
Our love has conquered death
you brought out in me the best.
There is no substitute for you
I know you feel the same way about me too.
Our love was strengthened by our struggles
you are now free from all troubles.
Nothing will ever change my love for you
as sure as the sky is blue.
Our love is forever and ever
no one can take it away; never.
Posted on 16 September, 2016, in Blog, Onco Parents and tagged Child Cancer Awareness, Childhood Cancer Awareness, Children with Cancer, Little Fighters, Little Fighters Cancer Trust, paediatric cancer, Pediatric cancer, pediatric cancer awareness, Rhabdomyosarcoma, Ryan, south africa. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.