Son Death Poem

I lost my son, he is with God now. I know I will see him again one day..

Just Baby Sitting

© Savannah Denvir
Dear God,
This is just a little letter for you, because we have an agreement. You are to babysit my little boy for us until we come to see him, I only ask these few things from you,
One please make sure he gets eskimo kisses everyday, because daddy loves to play that game with his sisters,
two please make sure you tell him mommy loves him more than the world sky, space and even the galaxy, that's a game I like to play with his sisters..
Three tell him big sissy makayla was so excited to have a little brother she was even willing to share her toys..
Four, Jenna loved to smack mommys belly and give big slobbery kisses...
Five, can you please build a ball park for him to learn how to play baseball, because daddy was so sure he'd be a star...
Six, make sure my little munchkin is not a picky eater, we make his sisters try every thing once..
Seven take a lot of pictures for us to look at when we pick him up someday we don't want to miss a single thing...
Eight, please let him look upon the world to see who we are,
Nine, please let my baby sleep with you if there is a very scary storm, his sisters get a little afraid sometimes too...
And finally ten.. Like I said we have a agreement you are only to baby sit him until we get there , after we do Mommy and Daddy can handle the job...
Thank you God.....

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Published: Jan 2008

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  • We lost our son on 11 SEP 09 by way of hanging on a window blind cord. Over 500 children have moved on to heaven that I know of. I honor each of them every year on their heaven's day by posting a picture and a poem or prayer for them and their family. I have been in contact with many of the parents. This touched me so much, I would like to ask permission to repost in full and credit to this mother. There are many parents who grieve the loss of there child and I know this will touch them as much as it touched me. Thank you and God Bless

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