When She Moves

Tracy Tillman

When she moves........
She's so mysterious,
No one can quite figure her out;
She goes on the prowl, must be stopped somehow,
She'll replace your faith with doubt.

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About My Memoir: 

These are my own personal thoughts. I am fighting metastatic breast cancer (also called stage IV), which is breast cancer that has spread to another part of the body, most commonly the liver, brain, bones or lungs.

I've decided to write a short poem on how metastatic breast cancer has affected me.

Advice for Others with Metastatic Breast Cancer: 

Don't allow it to steal your joy. You can still enjoy life. Please let people in who want to support you, especially those that are going through the same thing. We understand better than anybody else.

Why I’m a Hear My Voice Volunteer: 

I think the biggest thing for me is learning and watching others who are going through the same thing thrive and live life every day, gracefully accepting what is called, "Our New Normal."

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