Cancerous

Tree with a large
Your tissues invaded

Foreign cells mingle with mine

Changing who I am…

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48 thoughts on “Cancerous

  1. Hey Victo πŸ™‚

    Belated Seasons Greetings to you and yours and sincere best wishes for 2017 πŸ™‚

    Genuinely lost for words at this post. I’m displaced, misplaced, and poised between a spectrum of emotions ranging from revulsion to sorrow…depending on the perspective one takes. An excellent work indeed, although with all sincerity, I trust the misfortune lays far away from home.

    Whether paired with the haiku or not, the image is stunning….but together it’s a perfect marriage of parts. Thank you πŸ™‚

    Namaste

    DN – 27/12/2016

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  2. Stirs strong sorrowful memories, I lost my husband to cancer.However your post reflects the bitter truth of this terminal illness.The picture so vividly stirs and evokes something in the heart and the mind.

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  3. Thing is the ancient Greeks looked at some diseases and symptoms, saw a crablike shape and now good seafood is either a great dish or a deadly symptom of an illness.

    It should not make sense yet this is what apparently happened…

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