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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Slow Dance

Slow 
Dance
 



This 
is a poem 
written by a teenager with cancer.



She wants to 
see how many 
people get her poem. 



It is quite the poem 
Please pass it
 on.























This 

poem was written by a terminally ill young girl in a 
New York 

Hospital .



It was sent 
by

a medical doctor - 
Make sure to read what is in the closing statement 
AFTER THE 
POEM.




SLOW DANCE



Have you ever 
watched 
kids



On a merry-go-round?



Or listened to 
the 
rain



Slapping on the ground?



Ever followed a 

butterfly's erratic flight?



Or gazed at the sun into the 
fading 
night?



You better slow down.



Don't 
dance so 
fast.



Time is short.



The music 
won't 
last.



Do you run through each day



On 
the 
fly?


When you ask How are you?



Do you hear 
the 
reply?



When the day is done



Do you lie 
in your 
bed



With the next hundred chores 




Running through 
your head?



You'd better 
slow down



Don't dance so 
fast.



Time is 
short.



The music won't 
last.



Ever told your 
child, 



We'll do it 
tomorrow?



And in your 
haste,



Not see 
his

sorrow?



Ever lost 
touch,



Let a good 
friendship die 



Cause you 
never had time 



To call 
and say,'Hi'



You'd 
better slow down.



Don't dance 
so fast.



Time 
is short.



The music won't 
last.



When you run 
so fast to get somewhere



You 
miss half the fun of getting 
there.



When you worry and hurry 
through your 
day,



It is like an unopened 
gift....



Thrown 
away.



Life is not a 
race.


Do take it 
slower



Hear the 
music



Before the song is 
over.



------------ 
-------- 



FORWARDED 
E-MAILS ARE TRACKED TO OBTAIN THE TOTAL 
COUNT.



Dear All: 
PLEASE pass this mail on to everyone you know - 
even to those you don't 
know! It is the request of a special girl who will soon 
leave this world 
due to cancer.



This young girl has 6 months left 
to live, 
and as her dying wish, she wanted to send a letter telling everyone to 

live their life to the fullest, since she never will. 




She'll 
never make it to prom, graduate from high school, 
or get married and have a 
family of her own.



By you sending 
this to as many people as 
possible, you can give her and her family a 
little hope, because with every name 
that this is sent to, The American 
Cancer Society
 will donate 3 cents per name 
to her treatment and recovery 
plan. One guy sent this to 500 people! So I know 
that we can at least send 
it to 5 or 6. It's
not even your money, just 
your 
time!



PLEASE PASS ON AS A LAST REQUEST



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