Life BEYOND Breast Cancer

Poetry: The Veil

Poetry: The Veil

I am a veil, A sheath of newness and despair, A film of shadow and of light, A cover not quite there. I fasten readily to hair, To hats of wool and crowns of gold. I dress the plain, adorn the rich, Praise youth and hide the old. And whether it is warm or cold I'm...

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It’s Been Two Weeks

It’s Been Two Weeks

Written by Scott DeCanto Two weeks to the moment since we lost our MaryAnne DiCanto. The pain remains agonizing and fresh, as if it just happened. I wish I had a better answer to the question of how I'm doing. I wish I could soldier-up and suck it up. I can with all...

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These Days

These Days

Here is a better explanation of what is going on. Another MaryAnne DiCanto poem of sorts. Sorry everyone, turns out this is my best way of expressing the loss. These Days These days I go to bed to the sound of the birds waking up. Those hours just before sunrise when...

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