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Author Name: Freeramonathompson 4 Comments
Date Added: February 03, 2009 23:02:50 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Imagine-A Breast Cancer Tribute Song

Rewrite of the John Lennon classic

Imagine there's no such hell
It's easy if you try
No sickness to befall us
Only an endless blue sky
Imagine all the women free of that terror today

Imagine there's no longer a threat to our boobies
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to cry or shake for
Every woman young and old alike
Would be able to forever keep
Her own fablous two
Imagine all the women living in peace

You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one
I hope some day you'll join us and our sisterhood will stand together as one

Imagine no body image hang-ups or obsessions
No need for dread or fear, a sisterhood of women
Imagine all the women living to see another bright day in this world

You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one
I hope some day you'll join us and our sisterhood will stand together as one

2009 Ramona Thompson

 

 

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Comment By: PremiumDavid Turner on February 6, 2009 07:17:13 PM Report

Ramona - I think this is a great piece of idealism and a great objective to be aimed at, just like John Lennon's original inspiration.


I would however question the title 'A Breast Cancer Tribute Song' sounds as if  you are writing a poem in praise of breast cancer - How about calling it 'Prayer for the Defeat of Breast Cancer'

 

David

Comment By: FreeAmy on February 4, 2009 03:50:09 PM Report
When doing a rewrite isn't it customary that you actually REWRITE?

2nd line, 1st verse is Lennon's line. 2nd line, 2nd verse...also Lennon's. The 'dreamer' line is also Lennon's. The 4th verse seems to be entirely yours. 1 out of 5 aint bad, I guess.

 

I lost 2 family members and a high school friend to breast cancer...I find this offensive too.

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on February 4, 2009 02:20:27 PM Report
I know of a mother whose cancer has now infiltrated to her other breast. She has maybe got bone secondaries....your "tribute" is sick and offensive and if being banned for telling you just how disgusting this is it will be a small price to pay for all those suffering while you write so glibly about

Imagine there's no longer a threat to our boobies
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to cry or shake for
Every woman young and old alike
Would be able to forever keep
Her own fablous two

I am disgusted totally revolted

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on February 4, 2009 01:42:40 PM Report

I am sure that all those suffering this dreadful disease and all the families afflicted will thank you for this talentless, offensive rendition..NOT

Is there no avenue of offense you will not trawl in your quest to be noticed?

oh..and its a long road that has no turning
 





 


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