Aunt Death Poem

This New Year was supposed to be happy, but there was a tragedy, my 32 year old aunt died, leaving her 9 year old daughter. I want her to know through this poem, how much I love her.

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My Aunt Dee passed away almost a year ago. It stills bother me but I try not to let people know. She was my hero. She took care of me and my brother when my dad didn't want to and my mother...

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© Natalyvasquez

June 2011

Dedicated To My Aunt

Life is too short,
It's not enough,
but we must understand,
That if we live it in love and faith,
a road will be made,
For the day we pass away,
We can take it,
and wait at the end,
for those who once and always loved me,
I will meet.

Your beautiful eyes,
so big and round,
showed love,
showed laughter,
showed happiness,
showed sadness,
but we will remember you as the happy beautiful women you were,
The one who once cried for love,
The one who once laughed,
I love you my dear,
we will miss you,
but please wait,
we will meet once again,
In the kingdom of heaven,
where no pain we will feel.

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  • by Dillon Kelley, Nashville
  • 6 days ago

My Aunt Dee passed away almost a year ago. It stills bother me but I try not to let people know. She was my hero. She took care of me and my brother when my dad didn't want to and my mother was in jail. I have had a very interesting life. My Aunt was with my dad's brother until she got on drugs and then split apart and she was living house to house. She had cancer but no one knew until she went to the doctor and she had a week left to live. I thought it was the end.

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  • by Dayana, TN
  • 1 month ago

My aunt Tammy died in 2014. It was very emotional for my family and I didn't really know what to think. I was only 10 but we got through it. I still really miss her and I cry sometimes. For those who are reading this I just want you to know God is with you always and when someone dies just remember they are partying with Jesus in heaven. God bless you.

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  • by Danielle, Ma
  • 3 years ago

My Auntie Marybeth died on September 18, 2011. Its been so hard to get over because she was like a second mother to me. She died of ovarian cancer after a 10 year battle. She was the strongest person I've ever met and she never let the cancer ruin the time she had. I will always miss her and this poem really helps put it into perspective. R.I.P. Auntie MB!

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