Aunt Death Poem

Dedicated to My Aunt (AKA my Mom) She was the one who raised me.

God Took Another Angel Home

© Christina Wallace
You laid there in that hospital
bed, you tried so hard to hold on.

God was calling you home. He needed
another angel to help poor out the rain.

Tears have fallen, hearts where shattered,
but it was time for you to fly home.

Your loved ones came to say their last goodbyes, to tell you they loved you, and that you will be forever missed.

As your heart beat stopped, and your eyes slowly closed,
God took another angel home.

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Published: Sep 2009

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  • this poem touched me deeply. I can relate to this so much. I watched my aunt die in the hospital after a long fight with a terrible illness. her whole family was all around. and she didn't die until the last one in her family got there. RIP aunt Verna. you will be forever missed. and I love you very much! xoxoxo

    chelsea Submitted Oct 2009
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  • Chelsea, that exact thing just happened this past weekend. My nana was in the hospital and all of her grandchildren and children were flying in to see her and say goodbye to her one last time. And the last person got there and seconds later she took her last breath.

    Amy, Nevada Submitted Mar 2010
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  • this poem reached into my soul, I sat besides my mothers hospital bed, felt her last heart beat and breath after they removed the life support... she was my everything.. she had struggled to stay with me for so many years and finally God called her home.... taking half of me with her..

    Gina, South Carolina Submitted Mar 2010
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  • Gina, my exact story. My mother was my everything and she fought the good fight. She wouldn't have left us if she had anything to say about it. God called her home and just like you Gina half of me went with her. She's been gone 6 months this week and I still don't know how to go on. Prayer.

    Angelo, Florida Submitted Apr 2010
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  • This reached right into my heart. I can really relate to this as my Aunty died after a good fight with cancer. We were really close and there's part of me missing, a part of me that she took with her.
    Fly Free

    Stevie, New Zealand Submitted Jun 2010
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  • This touched me deeply. I lost my brother to abuse when I was only 7. He died way before his time at the age of 9. I think of him every day watching over me and my daughter, and can sense him when times are hard, and when I'm missing him the most.

    Heather, Iowa Submitted May 2011
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  • This relates to our family cause my cousin Carolyn passed away yesterday she has been fighting breast cancer for a while know. I guess God wanted another angel home.. God bless we miss you!

    Sarah Submitted Sep 2011
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  • my auntie Janice was the kind of person that... you would be crazy about! Even she was 62 she looked about 40! She was the last one of her family. and she told me that one day she would be with her parents and her sisters and brothers. On Oct 28, 2011 her body was letting down. and God saw her pain and called her home. and I know that she is at peace...sleep on auntie and get your rest.

    Connie,GA Submitted Oct 2011
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  • Today I lost my Aunt Sylvia to Cancer. She'd been hospitalized for the last few months. She too waited till my Uncle And Mom got there. My mom reassured her that it was ok to let go & that her yard work was done and her house was clean. Also to go Home where she'll never feel anymore pain, after My Mom said that My Aunt Sylvia took her last breath and went home to GOD>

    Kim, Alberta Submitted Jun 2012
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  • The exact same thing happened to me my aunt held on for 2 weeks after having a massive stroke and her right side was paralyzed then she took her last breath and went with the angels

    Ariana, Queens Submitted Jul 2012
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  • This is amazing poem and I can relate soooo much. When I was 10 my aunt died and she and I were very close but when she passed away I had nobody to truly talk to.... the only thing I have left was a box with some of her favorite things that she loved.. <3

    Jade Submitted Nov 2012
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