No Easy Way

Timothy Rowe
Copyright © 2001, Timothy Rowe
Last Modified: November 1, 2001

When you're diagnosed with cancer
Your choices of treatment are few
At first you really can't believe
What they plan to do to you

But there is no easy way to treat cancer
To beat it you need heavy-duty stuff
But you pray that they know to stop
When your body has had enough

Cancer treatment can be brutal
It may be hard to endure
But if you don't have the treatment
The cancer will kill you for sure.

T. C. Rowe


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