Children, Death, and Poetry
The author, a pediatric oncologist, reflects on his own poetry in relation to his work with dying or life-challenged children. For the author; poetry writing serves to reclaim the creative self, express feelings, clarify thinking, connect with others, and develop a philosophy of life.
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