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So many lose their hair during chemo. Here's a poem for that.

My Hair! My Hair!
It used to be here,
Covering my ears.
Now it is there,
Layered on the chair.
If you love me,
and you still care.
Then you'll never stare
At the spots that are bare.

Not very good poetry. But, real men get it.


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