Aunt Death Poem

Death Of Aunt

This poem is dedicated to my Aunt who just passed away with the disease M.S.

My Aunt

© Megan Stokes
I thought I saw her face today
In the sparkle of the morning sun.
And then I heard the angel say,
"Her work on earth is done."

I thought I heard her voice today
Then laugh her hearty laugh.
And then I heard the angel say,
"There's peace little one at last."

I thought I felt her touch today
In the breeze that rustled by.
And then I heard the angel say,
"The spirit never dies."

I thought that she had left me
For the stars so far above.
And then I heard the angel say,
"She left you with her love."

I thought that I would miss her
And never find my way.
And then I heard the angel say,
"She's with you every day."

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Published: Dec 2007

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  • My aunt died of MS and this poem really touched me.. thank you for writing it

    Rachael Submitted Feb 2009
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  • My aunt died of Chron's and this poem reminded me of all of the good and happy memories we shared. Thank you for sharing this. I've always thought that nobody knew how I felt, but now I know somebody understands me.

    Sabrina Submitted Oct 2009
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  • I also thought I was the only one who felt like this...my aunt passed away on June 29,2008 do to incurable cancer...I still can't get over her death...thanks for writing this poems now I know my aunt has not left yet because "she's with me everyday"...thanks so much

    Selene Mendez, California Submitted Jan 2010
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  • To My Beloved Uncle
    Even though I was to young to realize want you done for me and how much you loved me I had that feeling in side of me as a little girl.....
    Now that I'm getting older those flash back come often and still remembering what you use to tell me... I thank you for those laugh and tears we shared and I hope that everyday and night you are watching over me...

    To My Beloved Uncle Submitted Apr 2010
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  • This poem reminds me of my Aunt Tammy she died on March 8 2009 she was in Vanderbilt Hospital they really don't know what she died from and me and her was really close. I love and miss her so much I wish she could just come back everything would be okay and not wrong anymore! I love you Aunt Tammy! You are loved and missed!

    Melinda, Russellville KY Submitted May 2010
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  • I loved this poem... My aunt Linda was my best friend and died in my arms in front of our entire family during Christmas of 2007... Yes it's 2010 and I don't know if I'll ever really get over it. People say you never really get over someone like Aunt Linda, you have to accept it on some level though.
    I am getting married 2.10.11 and am struggling just as much as always because my best friend can't be there.... I am using this poem to remember her in my wedding programs.
    RIP AUNT LINDA, you'll never be forgotten.
    Casha.

    Katrina, Savannah Georgia Submitted Jul 2010
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  • I lost my Aunt to MS 3 years ago today and I was searching for poems to read...I loved this poem...thank you

    North Battleford Submitted Oct 2010
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  • My aunt lost the battle with cancer yesterday 19/10 /2010, I love her very much this poem makes me feel good . thank you

    Andre, South Africa Submitted Oct 2010
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  • Thank you so much for writing this. My aunt just passed away of cancer on Feb. 4, 2011 and I didn't know what to do. This has really helped me move on and realize that she did leave me her love!!!

    Kristine Littleton Submitted Feb 2011
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  • My Aunt Mary died on my birthday Sept 6, 2009. She had liver cancer. She was not able to understand why she was sick, because she was blind and retarded. She had a mind of a child. I cared for her after my grandmother passed away in 81. She was more like a sister than a Aunt. I miss her everyday but I know I will see her again soon.

    Deborah Drummond,Georgia Submitted Aug 2011
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  • Thank you for this poem. I searched and searched to find a great poem to remind me of my aunt. She was killed on 8/19/11 by her husband and my heart is so broken. I know that she is in a better place. I love you Aunt Joan!!!

    Eve Vereen Submitted Aug 2011
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  • My Aunt lost her battle with cancer this past weekend. I am going to miss her so much. It's going to be hard just thinking about the time we could've had to spend together. Growing up I didn't get the chance to spend with my family like I would've liked to. I just hope my aunt knows that even though I didn't get to spend a lot of time with her before her passing that I love her and always will. Thanks for the poem it really touched my heart.

    Brandi, Virginia Submitted Sep 2011
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  • I recently lost my aunt on leap day, 2-29-12. I just so happened that earlier that day I delivered a baby girl. Baylee Grace. My aunt was declared dead at 2:15 pm. murdered by her ex boyfriend she was trying to help him out. I delivered at 1:13 that morning. I miss her so bad.

    Heidi Indiana Submitted May 2012
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  • Thanks for writing this! My Auntie, Christine died on the 25th of August 2009 and I was really sad. I am visiting her grave today and I have wrote this poem and placed it on her grave. Thank You Christine for everything you did!

    Hannah Quirk Submitted 8/17/2013
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  • I recently lost my aunt to a stroke and high blood pressure. Reading this poem really brings tears to my eyes at the same time give me some sense of relief. Thanks so much for writing this poem I am sure it means a lot to not just me but other that are grieving.

    Garmai Submitted 11/11/2013
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  • My mom just told me that my aunt lost her battle to cancer today. Can't say I realized it yet but this made me cry the first time.. She was an important part in my life, taught me many things even though she lived quite far away.. Thank you

    Germany Submitted 1/2/2014
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