Poem about Death Of a Lover

Poem About A Funeral

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My mother died when I was nine years old. She was only 50 years of age. I remember going to her funeral and looking down into her grave and just wishing she was still here... I wondered if I...

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© Jessica

April 2011

I Can't Believe She's Gone

She lies in the coffin so still and sweet
I won't forget all our memories
I loved her so much but now she's gone
I burry her body upon the stone

Upon the stone is a note that read
I'll love you even though you're dead
As I sit there and cry above the stone
All I can do is wonder why it was her and not me

I come by a couple days later
I miss her so much
I can't believe she's gone
I wish she could still be my own

She's lies in the coffin so still and sweet
I won't forget all our memories
I loved her so much but now she's gone
I buried her body upon the stone

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  • by Jessica, Utah
  • 3 days ago

My mother died when I was nine years old. She was only 50 years of age. I remember going to her funeral and looking down into her grave and just wishing she was still here... I wondered if I would ever see my mom again. My world was shattered, gone, and I was alone. I was so scared, but then I found light again. I found that God could help me, that God was there to comfort me and to guide me.

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