What Cancer Cannot Do

Cancer cannot shake our faith in God
Cannot stop our prayers

Cancer cannot crush the human spirit
Cannot take our will to live

Cancer cannot weaken the bonds of love
Cannot make love fail

Cancer cannot make us surrender
Cannot make us give up the fight

Cancer cannot take our hope
Cannot steal our future

Cancer cannot kill our dreams
Cannot paralyze our actions

Cancer cannot steal our energy
Cannot take our strength to fight

Cancer cannot renew our fears
Cannot make us hide in the closet

Cancer cannot weaken friendships
Cannot win any battle

Cancer cannot take our peace
Cannot break us down

Cancer cannot take our wisdom
Cannot hold us back

Cancer cannot make us give in
Cannot hold us down

Cancer cannot steal our smiles
Cannot take our hugs

Cancer cannot sap our life force
Cannot steal our blessings

Cancer cannot take our gift of laughter
Cannot take away it’s healing powers

Cancer cannot steal our patience
Cannot take our courage

Cancer cannot take our gratitude
But most of all, cancer cannot take our love of life
Karen M. Fries

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