Judit Ann

Poem By Matt Mondschein

Oh! sister, sister
your love endures
forever more
the score, you're survival
winning is priceless
beating cancer riddles my prayers
I feel you
though two thousand miles away
I'm the one whose gone astray
squeezing that disease into thee
would be punishment enough for me
for being the way I used to be
I need to see you again real soon
below a rain cloud
beneath the desert sun
under an October harvest moon
we can howl at it together
LOVE still is a many
splendor thing
you are here to teach
I'm to listen and learn
I'm blessed to have you in mind, body, and soul
Always love conquers all
My sister Judy, not in the sky
In the desert
The AZ way
With faith and hope
Today and every day

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