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We have a problem. We needed to pick up some school supplies for a project. We found everything we needed, on our own and headed to the front to pay. When we arrived at the front, we found 14 people in line in front of us with 1 checkout stand open. The manager and two other employees were standing very close and talking, not paying attention to the customers.

As I approached and asked if they could get some other employees to help or if they could stop talking and open some checkout stands, I was told yes, but was also told they were talking about a customer, which I guess was intended to justify them ignoring the customers who were ready to pay and help them maintain their jobs. I was disappointed and so were the many customers who witnessed my exchange and thanked me for asking for help, not just for one but all of us.

I want to maintain a customer but will not if we get the same treatment next time. Take a clue from the Chic-Fila-a across the street who does a great job. Yall want to talk about evil managers then visit the hobby lobby in Beckley wv because that manager is a different kind of evil! Meanest person I have ever met in my Whole life.

My daughter works for Hobby Lobby and what should be a fun teenage time is a miserable experience for her. This type of management is unacceptable and no one should wonder about turnover. At my request, she is looking for new employment because this part-time job is not worth the stress she is going through. Shame on you Hobby Lobby for not screening your managers better.

Hire someone who cares about someone other than themselves. I worked at a hobby lobby in Houston,Texas. In all my years of working retail, I have never had to work 17 hour days, I did this 3 to 4 times a week, and Saturdays as a manager you are have no relief for your lunches, which put you in the store for 15 hours with no break.

Not to mention that assoicates are kept passed there scheduled time, begging to go home, management answers are you have to stay to get it done. Sometimes we would be in the store until 12am, it makes no sense doing relays and your truck during business hours this hurts customer service and your associates this hinders their ability to get their job done. The fact there no technology for your assoicates I have watched them struggle to get there job done and help customers.

Blood was pouring from his face wound. As I called , we also had someone ask Hobby Lobby for help. The manager, Laura, and a few other employees were quick to respond by bringing a wheelchair, ice pack, etc. They also helped us call for emergency help. The manager responded to the situation with great composure and represented Hobby Lobby well.

It was a great example of loving your neighbor! Me and my wife stopped at your store on woodman Rd in colorado springs yes it was at closing we picked up a material that we needed to finish a Christmas gift the old lady in your material section would not cut it for us because she said they are trying to close the registers tried to talk to the manager but he just blew us off and opened the door so we could leave your customer service is suffering.

As for me I will not return to this store. Over the years I have spent thousands of dollars at Hobby Lobby.

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I love the vision and values of your company. My husband and I along with our 2 year grandchildren were in line to checkout. There was only 1 registersopen and the line was extremely long. We noticed 5 employees standing at the beginning of the registers. No one responded immediately.

She walked toward the registers on the other side of the front door. She never offered to take any one of the customers waiting in line so I assume she was not going to open her register. One of the other two cashiers asked her if she would open and she said paraphrasing I am but no one is coming over. I apologized for make her do her open but the line was long and it is very frustrated to customers, especially this time a year, to see only 2 registers open and other employees talking to each other.

She proceed to tell me they were talking to the store manager. I said that actually makes it worse knowing the manager was a witness to the line and she proceed to let the line grow longer with no reaction. Lois then continue to tell me they had a store issue. I do understand and can appreciate the need to speak with employees at any given time during the day.

Lois continued to ring out my purchases. I had to remind her that I had a coupon. She then, very rudely I may add, discounted my purchase. I mentioned to my husband that maybe we should have waited until 7: Lois said yes you probably should have because we have as many registers open as possible so we can get out of here. When I was walking out the door I noticed my receipt was wrong.

I had purchased a pattern and it was rang at full price. No I did not stand back in line Due to the length and the fact it was not my error as I walked back to Lois at the register, I heard her tell the customer she was waiting on about our altercation. She picked up the sales ad and studied to see if it was actually on sale.

She told me to go to register 3 or 4 for a refund. So now I am waiting in line again…. If Lois replied, I did not hear her. However, the customer she was waiting on was very happy to say and point to me that she is still right there and yes she did. One I never raised my voice, cursed at her or drew attention to our conversation.

Two, I never asked to speak to the manager I was just going to chalk it up to a bad experience. But when a customer starts yelling at me and telling me I am a bad person and everyone at the registers are looking at me, it was as very embarrassing situation for me. I told the customer who pointed me out that it was not her business and that she did not see how rude Lois was to me when I first checked out.

Regardless I received my refund with no problem and the cashier was very polite. I sure she was as uncomfortable as I was at that point. However, I would expect disciplinary action for Lois and maybe a course in customer service. I had a similar bad experience with a back talking, rude assistant manager linda at Jensen beach in Florida on new years eve. I have been waiting for material to come in at the store in West Columbia S.

It is a horse panew. Could u tell me how I can get one of these panels to do for her.. It is unprofessional, unnecessary and ungodly for Darlene and Veronica to speak to them that way. My understanding is Hobby Lobby is a Christian owned store, but you have two devils destroying the environment. They have no knowledge or skills of being a manager. You need to take care of this situation immediately before you lose all your customers and employees for the ignorance of unknowlegable managers that think only their jobs are secured.

The management of this store is giving you a bad name in the community. On the other hand, your cashiers and floor workers have the greatest personalities. Hobby Lobby Manager in Colorado Springs physically assaulted a customer. Accused him of shoplifting had no proof.

Cops were called and young man was released but video caught the manager physically dragging this kid across the floor to the back. This is supposed to be a Christian store but apparently they hire people that cant be trusted in a position of management. Unless these managers are fired we will never go back into this store again.

Something needs to be done! The kid was asked to leave the establishment. In the same way a business can refuse to serve anyone, it is their right to ask someone to leave. In the same way that you would remove someone who was standing in your living room behaving inappropriately, you would do the same in your store. I was unaware of such paperwork and that it needed to be present for deposit to be refunded.

They were very unprofessional and the store manager was rude. We will never rent from any hobby lobby ever again. I have been a frequent shopper at the Baytown Texas Hobby Lobby for years. As an event decorator , I shop here at least once a week. I have said something to the Checkers more than once, and they always agree and tell me the manager cleans the bathroom. It seriously needs updating!!

I can tell Hobby Lobby takes pride in their stores, so I would think this would be an important issue as well. Thank you! We travel to a neighboring town, …for those who have crafting businesses and can make the trip only occasionally, we constantly struggle with materials needed for our customer projects. We live in Gonzales, Louisiana and would be so happy to have your wonderful store open here.

I hope corporate receives my letter. Romans 3: Hillary has been disappointing and disobedient to God her entire life in public office; she promotes everything the Bible teaches against i. Gay marriages, killing the unborn babies and sees nothing wrong with how live babies are killed and butchered in abortion clinics; she pushes for open borders and giving illegals all kinds of benefits, including the right to vote; she takes millions of dollars from countries that openly hate the USA — especially Christians; her idols in college and presently are people who desire to destroy America.

She lies about everything and gets away with all kinds of horrible, dishonest things — destroying emails, her computers so she wont get caught. Trump is not perfect by any means, but he is the lessor of two evils and has surrounded himself with strong Christians — black and white. If you choose not to vote, you are voting for Hillary and a destroyed America.

Please dont boycott Christian-based companies like Hobby Lobby, Chik fila, and others; instead boycott those who promote non Biblical lifestyles like Home Depot and Target just to name a couple. You can find many more to boycott at OneMillionMoms website strong, Christian group that you can depend on. The frames had wire hangers installed by the associate in the framing department.

I got the frames home and discovered they are absolutely not going to work for what I need. Your employee professionally installed the wire hanger how is that considered damaged? Where is THIS policy written on your return policy on the back of the receipt? I just want to commend two of your employees in the Springfield IL frame dept.

I was there on Aug 8, in the late afternoon. This young lady and young man was working and bad on me I did not get their names but they could not have been more helpful with these two posters that I need matted and framed. They not only helped with getting mattes picked out but gave me suggestions on how to have it framed that they could and did do for me.

They turned out Beautiful I could not have been happier. The girl in the frame dept did not want to be there that day and did not want to help the customers. She would not help me pick out the mats or help choice a color that would go with my posters. Would not even lay the mat choices down so I could look at them she just kept asking me what color did I want.

Told her not sure did she have any suggestions no she did not and was to worried about getting them out of order. And messing with her iPad that was hanging around her body. I will never go to that store again. From now on I will travel miles to go to the Springfield IL store.

Their staff has always been so very helpful especially in the framing dept. When i looked at her name tag it said missy.. Just letting you know we could use a Hobby Lobby in Lutz, Florida! The nearest ones are almost 20 miles away, and we have nothing like it in this immediate area.

There are lots of retail stores nearby, including the Wiregrass Mall, as well as the new Tampa Premium Outlets. This former Kmart location recently closed and it is in a very high traffic area. Link above in this post. She and her crew have been framing my ballet dancers for the past 20 years. Her work is timely and precise. Thank you for hiring such a hard working dedicated lady!

I have been informed that you have left an important bit of info. Bary Bennett. The sedalia store that just opened has nothing but Illegal drug users Iin it i was in there a week or so ago and this lady you could tell was on something just all spaced out and talking 90 to nothing and was twitching. It saddens me and for that iwill pray something is done to help all these employees.

They need to find the religion that the company was based on. God bless. He endangered multiple lives through speeding, tailgating, and cutting in and out of traffic. He speed past 10 cars at an estimated 80 mph in a 65 lined up to exit from one highway to another, cut off exiting drivers at the last minute to make it to the on-ramp, and tailgated the driver in front of him while on the overpass.

He ran a red light while turning left turning into the business parking lot. I watched as he parked and got out of his car. He was on the phone and apparently running late for work. You claim to have only seen this employee exit his car and enter his work site, which means you could NOT have seen the entire incident. People need to watch out for YOU since you are obviously very, very untrustworthy.

My wife purchased a standing cabinet. It appear to be made from the cheapest of materials as the legs were cracked. However that was not my issue. Believe it or not, it had a tag on it that states: I am hoping to receive a call from anyone from HL to explaining why they would sell a product with this disclosure??? Beware and read the sales tags. I shop with your company because of your religious values.

I have never seen a manager that is so rude to customers and the employees. Since this new manager has been in this store all of the happy faces have turned to sad. I know with your Christian values you would not hire someone that treats the employees like they are in the army. If I had to work for him I would leave your company.

No one should have to dread going to work. You have a great crew in that store, and I hate to see the morale go down. I think maybe this manager needs to have more training on how to treat the employees. If he would work with them and not give orders like he was in the military I think it would work better for him and the staff.

I was a district manager for a large company so I know that if you treat your employees like you would like to be treated they would do anything for you. They have to be treated like they are as important as the managers. The parcel of land, has highway and road acess from three 3 roads.. Your nearest store in about miles in Millville NJ or Sicklerville..

Look into this.. Hope to have you in this area, God willing… Take Care… C. I will fight the fight, by her side. She will get well, but things will not be the same, I will love her till this is through. So who should I blame? Who should I hate? I swear we were on our first date.

Or listened to the rain Slapping on the ground? Ever followed a butterfly's erratic flight? Or gazed at the sun into the fading night? You better slow down. Don't dance so fast. Time is short. The music won't last. Do you run through each day On the fly? When you ask "How are you? When the day is done Do you lie in your bed With the next hundred chores Running through your head?

You'd better slow down Don't dance so fast. Ever told your child, We'll do it tomorrow? And in your haste, Not see his sorrow? Ever lost touch, Let a good friendship die Cause you never had time To call and say "Hi"? You'd better slow down. When you run so fast to get somewhere You miss half the fun of getting there.

When you worry and hurry through your day, It is like an unopened gift Thrown away. Life is not a race. Do take it slower Hear the music Before the song is over. Have you ever wondered why it was her and not me The girl who was nice, was good, was sweet The one who would honour, forgive and forget Why her and not me, she is such a delight Her suffering and pain, her fear and her doubts Why her and not me, she doesn't deserve pain Her beauty and grace, her compassion and joy why her and not me, life is so We're not sure how, when or where.

Bob Presumably submitted posthumously by someone known to Bob. Tomorrow will come It could be your last Make the most of today Life passes too fast. Welcome, greetings little cell! What a wondrous sight you be. But please go forth and multiply For more we need to see. You have a busy time ahead, To fight the nasty stuff. So just you go and find some mates 'Cos one ain't quite enough!

Don your armour, raise your sword, And into battle ride. Show not faint heart nor weak intent 'Cos we're all on your side! And then, victorious may you rise In a host who's fit and strong. Then send him out into the world, He's been abed for far too long! He just wants healthy bits and bobs, His arms, his legs, his hooter.

So he can get right outa here. And ride upon his scooter!!! Why I often wear a frown! Who actually believes? Believes in my recovery You can bet that no matter how bad it is Someone always has it worse!! No one really knows by Pati bullrun Rosenberg tx We didn't see it coming we had no time to prepare the cancer took his life as if it didn't give a care.

So, god we need you now please take him by the hand take him up to where he belongs help him to understand. Now, the memories will always linger they'll never go away you'll have them to love and remember to start a brand new day. The hurt we are all feeling now won't go away overnight but someway, somehow everything will turn out all right.

Kissing me tenderly, he gathered my soul, holding it tight, I felt so safe, so desired, so loved, The world was my play yard, with no trouble or strife. Then came the wild wind, the storm of disease, Taking him from me, breath by breath, My heart shattered, his strength waned, but he fought a good fight.

I'm daddy's girl this I know When we see each other our faces glow Daddy is sick now with cancer we know I feel his fear as the cancer grows I'm not ready for my daddy to go but mom is waiting in heaven as we know The time is coming that we will have to part There will be tears and pain but he will live forever in my heart".

It punctuates out laughter It Sparkles in our tears It simmers under sorrows and Dissipates our fears. Do you know hope is? Its reaching past today Its dreaming of tomorrow Its trying a new way. Its Questioning All the Answers And always seeking more". There may be days, That never seem to end, And you feel like you, Don't have a friend,.

But face each day, And what it brings, And you'll be ready, To face any thing. Passages to strength Come in many forms and lengths, Survival of the fittest, The biggest Lessons learned Appear only when earned, When fate turns Its back on you, Misconstrued, Subdued With questions of how and why, Will I die?

How many tears am I able to cry? The inquiries never seem to subside, Outside, I am a warrior-Braveheart if you will, Yet within the walls of my ivory skin lies a disease that will kill At will With no prejudice or bias, Ready to guide us To our Maker of life. Time of death A poetic Journey. Soon available from http: So I called you once more Asking for another chance. You embraced me, Whispered my name, and We resolved to hang in there.

I closed my eyes, just to discover You were in front of me when I opened them. You are real. You are here to stay. So I called you once more asking for another chance. You embraced me, Whispered my name, and we resolved to hang in there. I tried to deny it, but you were here for real. I closed my eyes, just to discover you were in front of me when I opened them.

Today is today, Tomorrow is tomorrow, Yesterday was the past, Filled with sorrow, For it was a tragic day in mid December, It seemed like yesterday I can clearly remember, She seemed so healthy and grand, Next thing I know I'm in the hospital holding her hand, For the cancer had got her and she has fell, As you see she was doing so well, She fought the good fight, But the cancer took all of her might, So remember this, Time goes way to fast, So make the moments last.

Tomorrow will come and it could be your last, Don't waste time trying to fix the past, Just enjoy each day as if it were your last, For that day will come and you life will be the past! How many people fall ill with cancer? P dad, Ask the doctor what's the answer, To this awful disease, Well there's a heaven we all go to, Future R.

P to all the people with the cells living in ya. Yea to all you people who's going through hell, Trying to kill every cell, With chemotherapy, Never going back to the penitentiary, Trying to kill that disease, Oh shit, what's wrong with me? Why can't I sleep?

I can't grieve, Not anymore, He went and knocked on heavens door, And when it came to saying goodbye, At the cemetery, My eyes watered, Never going back to the penitentiary. Don't want to smile, Not at this moment of time, Gimme a paper and pen, To let me write about my life I win, All the matches in my life that I have played at this time, When I'm in heaven with my peeps I want to wine and dine, Drink some Hennesse so I will get in, Tell of the jerks from way before I lost my aunt a year ago to cancer, You never think it could happen to you, I cried for her more than anyone I have before, She was so weak, fragile, and young, But cancer doesn't care who its victim is, Live each day like it is your last, That's what Mary Jo did, All we have left is her past, Now she is gone, Deep in her grave, Remembered forever, Because she was so brave, She fought each day just to live another, And didn't die until her daughter was able to see her, I hugged her my last a month before, I broke down in tears for I didn't know she was in the shape she was, She was at peace with God, That's all that matters, I hope to see her again if I am that worthy, I can't see the screen no longer, For my tears are clouding my vision, But let me just say this When I heard what was wrong, I couldn't believe life could be so cruel to one person, But life is sometimes unkind, And when you least expect it you find that things go wrong, But you must be strong, As we all must for you 'cos we love you so much too.

We all miss you so much, And wish that you were here, Because you bring to our life so much cheer. Your cheeky smile and your laugh make life better. This thing is hard for us to bare because of how much we care, We must take one day at a time and pray that this will go away. Weeping I just recently found out that my mom might have cancer and it scared me to death.

On the night that I found out my mom was crying to herself in her room. I asked her what was wrong Thank you so much. I wake to hear your weeping cries, When you told me what was wrong I wished it were lies, You said the doctors had found a lump, When I head this my heart went thump. I buried my face back in the pillow, Remembering all the good times we had, Brought me to this state of feeling sad, From shopping to garage sale hopping, Our good times will never die, Nothing about our relationship is a lie.

A tear drops slowly down my face, I suddenly feel displaced, The tear reaches my chin, I think this is a battle I will not win, Now my pillow is soaking wet, You'll pull through This is what I bet. I am known by many people But I have no friends. Ill bring you pain and suffering Your happiness I'll end.

My cold embrace, my chilling breath, My silent deadly kiss I'll pick you up, then throw you down Into my dark abyss I'm silent, I'm invisible. I'm a killer you can't see. I'll touch you when you least expect, And I'll never set you free. I don't hate, I don't discriminate. I don't choose who plays my game. Fat or black. Young or old. To me you are all the same.

There is no reason for what I do, There is no reason why. I chose you just because Its time for you to die. Christine, The love of my life. Don't leave me yet. Playing Cards All the choices made When my life fell apart Laying in hospital beds To hear the beating of your heart. How could I have left This mirror won't forget See the boy who gets a life of regrets. The things I didn't say How you were my superman Watching you fade away Saw as much as I could stand.

How could I have left This mirror won't forget See the boy who gets A life of regrets. I look to the sky and what do I see? A castle, a rainbow, and dreams for me, An end to this battle that I must fight, To rid my feelings of depression and fright, An end to cancer is not far away, It will be here someday The Trail Of Healing. I hope my poetry will able to help in research.

Irrek Chemo and radiation has taken his hair, But for him, the burden he will not bear. His aches and pains are too great, But his kindness shows, no room for hate. Running, jumping, playing all day long His worries and fears are all gone. He wears a brave face for all to see, He is my hero, like him, I wish to be.

Metals of honour, he does not wear, He is a child and has no cares. This child I speak of is precious and dear, Without him around, I could not bear. Irrek Mikel is his name, There are no others just the same. To him, I give all my love, He is a special gift from up above. His light shines brightly through his eyes, Things are much better, No need to cry.

With this in mind, I will end Because my precious child, I must tend. If tomorrow starts without me and I'm not there to see If the sun should rise And find your eyes all filled with tears for me I wish so much you wouldn't cry The way you did today Well thinking of the many things we didn't get to say I know how much you love me As much as I love you And each time you think of me I know you miss me too By Nicole Latter.

So many people, here today, hearts are broken, words not spoken, love greatly missed. Many eyes filled with tears, many hearts filled with fear, many memories left behind, in the soul and in the mind, love greatly missed. So many things I wish I would have said, this is exactly what I dread, my aunt is gone, my love so withdrawn, love greatly missed.

As I sit here waiting I don't know what to do I'm waiting for the answer for something I already knew. As I walked into the conference room I know what they would say Your Mom has cancer and a few months to stay. As I sit here with a lump in my throat I want you by my side Because I know you will never leave me far behind. As I sit here and wait For this surgery to be over I have to sit and think some things over.

God is taking a wonderful mother Someone I truly love He is taking you to a place that's somewhere up above. He's taking a woman I admire Someone who should be praised Because every time she walks into a room She blesses with her grace. He's taking my role model The person I look up to She seems to always know what it is I should do He's taking someone who is beautiful The person I love the most in the world The person I will love forever and some more He is taking you The one I love the most because You are the most beautiful, kindest, honest and smartest person I know and I you you so!

In memory of Jeanie Williams. I mean- if there is I wonder- gee wiz! How could that be happening To someone so wonderful? She didn't do anything wrong But still we sing that painful song As they gently lift her casket And slowly proceed to her grave. Secret Cancer I know I have cancer I have known for a long time.

Never gone to the doctor for it Though my aunts, uncles, and grandparent have died from it. Its scary to know you have this, But why I chose not to tell , not to ask for help. I don't know. Maybe because I didn't want my children suffering while I suffer. Cancer is a scary thing, Especially when you keep it a secret. Feeling Inadequate Restless oh so restless, in the middle of the night, I reach over for my diary once again, in which I write My feelings, hopes frustrations, my ups and downs, my fears That perhaps I am not coping, understanding's not quite clear.

Of what is needed from me, to help him through this time Of horrible uncertainty, we've mountains yet to climb. I've kept results and records, of treatments, tests, no less And keeping up this journal, I find helps relieve the stress. So now another entry's duly written down to keep I'll replace my three year diary, and settle down to sleep.

By Wendy, Bedford. My Grandmother My grandmother has cancer and I fear she very soon wont be here I am 13 and worry everyday I think that maybe she will be ok. I really hope she will survive Why can't this disease just die Leave my grandmother alone and just walk away why cant all my family live and be ok??

This disease is a curse, but it can get a lot worse. It will never take my grandmother away from us, because cancer can't get on the bus. That will take her and all her friends, on The Road that will Never End. By Shannon Reid. Dedicated to her grandmother who suffers from cancer.

From Dark to Light. Today is a very special day Not just for me but for all of my friends and family It has been 5 years of success Unfortunately, not all of it was filled with happiness. There were days of darkness And others filled with anger Wondering why I was chosen To be in this much danger. I have cried and yelled and screamed Wondering why God was doing this to me What did I do, was I bad?

I was not sure and became very sad. I was scared and felt helpless Not many people my age had been through this As I wondered how I was going to get by I was blessed with angels who were always by my side. As the days and months went on I started getting strong And as I learned to cope I discovered the meaning of hope.

Then I finally realized what u were talking about You didn't even have to shout You were talking about yourself You were not in good health You wanted me to see That you were worse off than me So grandma I'm so sorry for thinking I had it once so bad You had it worse and I'm so sorry.

When someone dies, I feel alone Stuck in this hole, all by myself. I wanna die, it hurts so bad, Inside to feel, the pain I have. Punch a hole right though that wall. Break my hand. I hate this! Why do people have to die? Leave their loved one's, in pain to cry. Why do I hurt so bad! I can't take it any longer Why did he do this Why did he do this Why did he care He gave her cancer that's putting her through pain and despair Did you give it to her because she asked for it?

Or do you just like to put people through pain? People always say to count on you, but I can't anymore if you only knew GOD of all the times I ask you for something now that I think about it those wants were worth nothing But I ask you now more than ever before take the cancer away from her Her body is dying her thoughts are fading give her some hope give me some hope and help us get through this.

I am confiding in you this one last time so please help her GOD please help her. She sits alone and quietly weeps, for the father that has gone to his eternal sleep. Nobody understands her despair, for the sleep that she lost and the hours she cared. Alone and tired she battled on, children to look after, she wasn't the only one.

Yet now it's all over into her shell she did creep, Memories to treasure and happy times to keep. Try to picture lying there, helpless deep in pain Try to picture dying there Chasing all your fears in vain. Try to picture dreaming deep Dreaming in a hospital bed Try to picture not waking from sleep While visions of life run through your head.

Try to picture all the days You'd walk with pain and such Try to picture all the ways How the pain could hurt this much. Try to picture being me And striving for each day Try to picture, just try to see Not knowing if you'd die today. It's like your running a race so when your beginning chemo your at the starting line, and when your getting radiation your half way through, and when your all finished your chemo your at the finishing line.

Some people come out strong and some people don't even survive. So if you get cancer stay strong, cause your a player. Stillness of the Dawn Stillness of the Dawn I sat in the stillness of the dawn I hear you voice calling me while the beauty of your creations surrounded me. The gentle breeze was your hand, Of mercy encouraging me not to give up.

The water rocking the dock said you'd carry me in hard times. The brightness of the sunrise, Was your smile Letting me know, you love me so From your eyes, were tears of joy They were just for me. While searching each corner of my soul, You knew I needed you so. I heard your voice in the rustling of the leaves. Whispering kind words, as a father to his child.

I guess its true what my mom says all the day I have learned a valuable lesson today I pray to god for each sick person out there and give them strength through the hard times, keep this in mind never give up or else you lose up and my led to something tragic!!!!

I love each and everyone of you. Hope u feel better By Habone aka Queenbee. Cancer My Mommy is dead because she had cancer. I miss her a lot. All I wanted, was to know the phone number to call her in heaven. When I fall down how will she know? Daddy says she smoked cigarettes, and now she's gone that's it is her fault she died.

But if she knew why did she do it? I miss my mommy and I want her back. By Alexandra six years old , Michigan. If God calls me To my loving angel. I will always be with you, if you keep me in your heart and in your thoughts, I will never be gone. I am fitting with all that I have to get better.

I hate this cancer, I hate that is hurting you. I promised you that I will be strong and that I will fight, but please understand that if God calls me I can't say no. Time goes by so fast, every day that we have is unique, and there will be no other like it.

Ober, California. What if I die? Cancer is just a word, That changed my life, And so did you, It happened so fast by the count of 5, And my whole life turned blue,. People come, People go, All they want is you to know, You can hold on, But sooner or later, You know you will have to let go, Because everything happened so fast by the count of 5, And nothing will last,.

If I die, Memorizes will still remain, It will never fade, Everything is going to be the same,. Look To The Master I could never imagine what your going through but Gods in control and he cares for you. He sees your pain your tears as they fall look to your father in heaven on him you must call. I know that sometimes life things don't seem fair but God wouldn't put on you more then you can bare.

So just keep the "Faith" what ever you do and know in Gods timing there a healing for you. By Rhonda J. Why does cancer have to come and take there life away from there Mum when the rain fall it is like gods tears then you think about the people and there fears. Cancer can come only one way but it can even lead to having life just one day.

By Emma Garland and Rachael Prior. We will be together! My grandma lost the battle it was like falling off a big sattle. By Irene-NJ Back to the top. I continue the Rat Race one Wednesday Morn My body has alignments which needs to be sought I leave the office early to see my GP He examines and tests and says wait and see Refereed to a specialist in Haematology I await a diagnosis and a remedy A biopsy, a CT scan is also required My body is acing, I feel so very tired Waiting for the result in uncertainty My mind wonders and falls into decadency.

Lymphoma, Lymphoma what do you do to my body Why cant both my white and red cells live in harmony. A well-known professor offers to consult on my notes We meet and I feel like a test for a new evolving dose. Decline his offer a new trial treatment with no history Commence within two days with Chemotherapy. The campaign for a cure now begins.

Wake up in the night to use the bathroom, I attempt to move but my body wont allow. So many tablets to be taken for different things, Not sure I feel the way I do naturally By day four I'm back to eating normally, However I'm heaving and retching sporadically. The white blood cells count fall and need to bounce back A blood test results shows a growth hormone should assist The pain in the spine as the acceleration begins The strain as the shocks move means something is stirring.

Sickness, injections and treatment to attempt to make a mend The routine continues for many a week The effect on my nails, they are now soft and weak. My hair has all gone my eyebrows are few Rashes on body and mouth ulcers too. The ending is near, worry sets in If it does not work, what is the next plan.

Tests are taken and send to the consultant. My Consultant calls he wants to see me. I wait in reception nervously. Time is ticking on and on. Waiting lists and schedules are all running late Every tick on the clock I need to know my fate. He calls my name, I enter his room He ask me to sit as he examines the files He coldly informs me the Chemo has worked.

The scan shows no sign of residual tumours. It is all over the best of all news Regular monitoring now for the next five years. Many days later the news sinks really in All count your blessing for what have might have been. The smells of the Drugs of the Chemo they use The sounds of the wards, the squeaking of nurses rubber shoes.

The Sight of a drip or a hospital bed The Chemo scorched veins, showing you are not dead The feeling never goes; your life has changed. Things have a new prospectus, you have now aged. You here a story similar you need to know all Your privileged, your proud you are standing tall. But think for a while, if the news was not great. How many people have had an unfortunate fate.

We feel for the loved ones, who the illness will keep The life lost forever, and now we all weep. Keep the fight going ensure you must win In your deepest hour of need let the almighty in. Give yourself a mission and focus in well We will meet again, when everything is swell By James Cousins JamesCousins yahoo. Hey Little Man, this is for you, You are the one who made us laugh, You are the one who made us cry, We are the ones that had to say good bye, Now you are the one looking down at us, You are our guardian angel, that not every one has, You are the breeze that we feel Now you are gone and we don't know how we will heal.

By Danielle Lucas co-op city blvd. CRY I cry each day as the day grows, The pain doesn't seem to slow, With in the time spend in getting older and I seem to grow, As I look out side and see the snow, I wish I could be there as the other young ones play in the snow.

I cry each day knowing that the days are getting shorter, I have one wish that is to fly, to see the open sky, My dream will one day come true but I am also still lost in the blues. As the days passed slowly, my life waited for my death to come, my loved ones around me, but this ain't no fun, I wont be there for the celebrations, I wont be there for all the fun, I regret it now but not back then, but that smoke was not so fun, Now all I got is me myself and I, God help me, I'm not ready to die Anonymous.

Why me? Around the corner Around the corner I have a friend in this great city that has no end yet the days go by and the weeks rush on and before I know it a year is gone, I never see my old friends face for life is a swift and terrible race, he knows I like him just as well as in the days when I rang his bell and he rang mind, we where younger then and now we're busy tired kids, tired of playing a foolish game tired of trying to make a name, tomorrow I say I will call on him just to show that I'm thinking of him but tomorrow comes and tomorrow goes and distances between us grows and grows.

Around the corner yet miles away remember to always say what you mean, if you love someone tell them, don't be afraid to express yourself, reach out and tell someone what they mean to you before it's too late. She walks slow, and says nothing to no one in her left hand there's a black rose she holds back her tears In loving dedication to a friend of mine By Erin, doodlebug02 charter.

My internal pain My internal pain I am only fifteen.. A lot of people agree I am his momee And will I get to c my babeee.. By Miranda. His Voice He was a singer. He loved the Outlaws: Johnny, Waylon, Merle, and Willie. I imagine him up in heaven with the old singers. They have a helluva band. Sometimes I dream about him and he is happy, he always winks and smiles then turns to sign along with the chorus.

I always listen but I can never hear him singing. I am still listening for his voice. I will never stop. Mom, you have always been there for me, through the thick and thin. You will never leave my heart, no matter what you do. I know our family is falling apart, but that's not going to separate us. I'm so glad I have you there, someone I know I can trust. I'm writing this to say thank you, thanks for everything you've done.

I also want to say I love you, I love you more than you can see. You are so brave, and yet you are so sore. I love you mom, more than you'll ever know. I understand that you are sick, but I'll keep faith in you. I love you mom, please don't go. I will never say she died, because she will always live in my heart. My dad is currently in jail for child abuse. I live with my sister.

Memories Born with cancer In a hospital bed you lay You could never get better Your virus always comes around may. We had high hopes My memories of you will never fade Your heart was trying to cope High prices we paid. In a hospital bed you sleep Wires attached like a scab Memories of you I'll keep I went home in a cab.

God has sent for you My heart has a special place just for you!!!! By Ivana Adirondack row 2. How can this be my darling love is going to be taken away from me, this evil thing is going to take over him, I need to be his rock, but I am not as strong as he, I love him very tenderly, my little baby, what will I do with out him, I can't imagine me on my own lying at night with a big empty space, Oh god you cant take him away, he is too young to go.

The day I found out The doctor walked in her eyes stuck on the floor I squeezed my moms hand because I had no idea what was in store Mom looked and said, listen baby she's got something to say Just hold my hand tight everything will be okay She said, now what I'm going to say isn't as bad as it sounds but this tumour, infection is more than profound I still didn't get it I didn't know what to say nothing hit me more than when the word cancer came my way.

Ohio I have a thing called cancer I have a thing called cancer Research helps but there's no answer. It took me time to think of this To make this poem for all to read I had some help from my cousin Chris He helped me out a lot indeed. I like donations, they help a lot Even if its just a penny Some people take for granted and forgot How few we get is many.

Thank you for listening to my thoughts I enjoy writing them out But now its time for me to go And don't you even doubt. I love you all to begin with And that's the thing that rocks So please remember this name Lindsay Haynes And put it in your remember box.

By Lindsay Haynes, an 8 year old neuroblastoma warrior. Memphis, TN , www. I must leave as so must you so do not feel sorry or get too blue - for my name has been called and so I must go to my wonderful home above. I have had my time here and done all that I can and now is the time to prepare I am blessed by Him who now calls me home for I know I will still live somewhere!

Hello, Friday Visit Morphine drips from a bag down a tube Inserted in her arm- It drags behind her step by step. A costly relief for the pain That blurs her vision. Her frigid fingertips trace the length of the morphine tube That leads to where all the others do. I place one ice chip on her feverish tongue She inhales the coldness. A little raspberry lip gloss, A forced smile appears on her wet lips.

A life is an endless stream. Yeah there are rapids but most people don't get to the waterfall well we did! We will fight together to get through this endless nightmare. Together we will fight this and make it back safe from this waterfall. Every night I wonder why he has to go he has to die.

A minute of silence the minister said bow your head pay respect to out men who are dead the heartache of war can be heard all around the battle of gun fire a familiar sound. Our tears will swell into oceans and seas oh stop all this fighting I ask of you please no good can be found in the barrel of a gun each bullet a victim a father or a son In gods name stop this madness put down your arms love one and other mean no one no harm Change our world into heaven away from this hell, and someday soon well forget this old yell.

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