I am often talking about life and the language of cancer, and laughter, so here is a stab at a well known song… Because “when you know the notes to sing, you can sing most anything?”
Apologies to Songwriters R. RODGERS and O. HAMMERSTEIN
Let’s start at the very beginning,
A very good place to start?
When you read you begin with A B C,
When you’re sick you begin with,
“Oh not me”, “oh not me”
The first three thoughts
Just happen to be, “oh not me”,
“Oh not me, I like my hair!!!”
Let’s see if I can make it easier…
Owe, to get, but not to give,
Knot, a stomach feeling tight,
Me, a name I call myself,
Eye-s, that won’t shut in the night,
Like, the way I was before,
My, the things that I accept,
Hair, more than a hat for sure,
And without which I’m inept,
Owe, regret that doesn’t give,
Not, this really isn’t right!
Me, I hope to recognise?
I-‘m not looking for a fight!
Like, the way I was before…
My, the world that I adore,
Hair, the fluff I can’t ignore,
And continue to ask more,
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