Archive for April, 2012

It’s Graduation Season! Here’s one for your graduate!

It’s Graduation Season! Here’s one for your graduate!

A gift your graduate will long remember!  With his or her photo in it! The piece shown below is printed.  Insert your graduate’s photo in the opening.  If you want, we can even put his or her name in it, though only on an etched piece. This will require a special order, as we need the name […]

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The Legacy: A Poem from an Organ Donor to His or Her Family

The Legacy: A Poem from an Organ Donor to His or Her Family

It is still Organ Donation Month.  I am re-running “The Legacy.”  This is a poem written from the perspective of a donor to his or her family.  It is intended to provide words of comfort to the family, and as a tribute to both donor and the family. Donate Life: Your life will go on living! […]

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It’s Poetry Month and Organ Donation Month

It’s Poetry Month and Organ Donation Month

Written by on April 12, 2012 in Organ Donation with 2 Comments

  It’s Poetry Month and Organ Donation Month, all at once!  Be a donor!  Be a writer!  Be a reader! Here is “Have A Heart,” originally written for a young man who underwent his second heart transplant at age 20 (the first was as an infant), and a kidney transplant, also at age 20.  And […]

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Donate Life: So Hope Will Live

Donate Life: So Hope Will Live

So Hope Will Live  This poem was written as a “thank you” from the perspective of an organ recipient to his or her  donor and donor family.  It is called “So Hope Will Live.”  It can be etched with room for a photograph.   Disclaimer: I am not an organ recipient, but I know someone who is, […]

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