Mother Death Poem

I lost my mom November the 18th 2009, She had several health problems, her mind was not hers when she passed. She didn't know any of her kids or anyone. She got sick in Oct. 2008 and went down hill from there. It was a blessing for her to be called home she was so sick. She weighed only 51 lbs when she died. We couldn't get her to eat very well. She was only 68 when she died. I miss her so much, and I will always love her. I hope one day to see her again. Through Jesus


© Karen Williams
Mom is gone to heaven
No more suffering
No more Pain
She went to be with Jesus
She didn't go in vain
Peace and Calm surround her
Her mind is hers again

She met up with her Mom & Dad
Who were waiting at the gate
They took her to meet Jesus
You know she wasn't late
She put her arms around him
Looked up at his face

She said Father thank you for saving me
And bringing me to this place
I have one prayer to pray Lord
And I've prayed it all along
The ones I've left behind me
Please see them safely Home

I'll meet them at the River
When they have finished there race
I told them where to meet me
It's the very best place


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Published: Nov 2010

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  • This poem has touched me because I lost my mom 2 week ago on June 6th 2012. I am not doing good without her she was only 64. She was my best friend. my mom, my sister and my everything. I miss her more every day. This poem reminded me of things I experienced with her on her last moments. My dad asked her if she saw her parents and she shook her head yes. We asked her if she wanted to go be with them and she again shook her head yes. I cried so hard. I don't know how to cope with this I have so many mixed emotions and can't control them. Mom I love you so much and I'm hurting bad I pray for relief with my mental and emotional pain.

    Amanda, Norwalk, Ohio Submitted Jun 2012

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