She wore a chignon in her hair
pulling it tightly from her face
Aragon’s image, caressed by time
the walking ghost of Isabella.
She moved along with quiet grace… 103 more words
As Ret. Bishop Gene Robinson has noted in his Daily Beast article, concerning the soon to be too short life of Brittany Maynard, the occurrence of death in the vibrantly and promisingly young woman whose plan to end her own life rather than to suffer the grim effects of gliobastoma multiforme, renders the discussion of whether the term “suicide” is an apt moniker for such plans, or whether the complexities of such a disease demand a more considered judgment regarding the right to “die with dignity.” This particularly terribly form of brain cancer, which according to Mrs. 770 more words