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Moving On Poem after Death

This poem is just about helping people to grieve with the loss of a loved one by hearing from them themselves that they are okay up there and are looking down on them.

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Thank you for the wonderful poem, I lost my wife on 20-06-2014, was madly in love with her, 12 years of marriage, only almighty knows how I passed these 19 days, and almighty will guide me how …

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© Crystal Baptiste

Published: May 2010

Letter From Heaven

Hey everybody,
I hope this doesn't reach you too late.
I don't want you to worry,
Because life up here is great.

I can't wait for you to see the beauty of heaven,
But I know it's not your time.
I really miss you guys,
But I know you'll be just fine.

You know I can see you right,
So please stop shedding tears.
You guys, I'm perfectly fine,
So conquer all your fears.

I'll be watching your every move.
Relax! I won't spill your beans.
But stop all those naughty things you do,
Because you know there's nothing He can't see.

I need you to come here to meet me,
But not if you misbehave,
So please keep God in your heart,
And you'll be safe and saved.

Hey guys I know you miss me.
It's really hard not to.
But please, please stop grieving,
Because you're making me sad too.

You guys have been a great family,
And I am truly blessed.
You've raised me through my earthly life,
Now God will do the rest.

He's really a great person,
And an even better friend,
So I'm in great hands,
And on Him you can also depend.

Oh boy, I'm getting carried away.
I want to say so many things,
But I really have to go now,
Because today I'm getting my wings.

Bye you guys, love you forever and a day!

P.S.: Be good. I'll be watching!!!

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  • by A.Sameer
  • 7/9/2014

Thank you for the wonderful poem, I lost my wife on 20-06-2014, was madly in love with her, 12 years of marriage, only almighty knows how I passed these 19 days, and almighty will guide me how to pass the rest of my life. She left me with 2 beautiful kids and given me a challenge of fulfilling her duties. She died at the age of 34. And its very difficult when my kids ask when will our mummy come back, and I am left with no answers. Please remember me and my family in your prayers

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  • by Tammy, Kentucky
  • 4/17/2014

Thank you for your poem. I heard my daughter talk to me and my family again. She passed and there was no time for goodbyes. Thank you again..Tammy

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  • by Clarksville, TN
  • 12/15/2013

I lost my dad 12/25/12. I'm still grieving very hard. I miss him so much but this poem sounds a lot like my daddy. It definitely sounds like what he would be saying.

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  • by Alice Cooper
  • Mar 2013

I found this poem very nice and gives me piece of mind. I lost a close friend in a car accident. Her parents committed suicide due to the grieving process her fiancée also committed suicide at least they're at peace together now.

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  • by Stephanie, Stowe, PA
  • Feb 2013

I lost my dad on January 29th 2013. I lost my mom on November 29th 2011. I also lost my brother on October 7th 2010. This poem has spoken to me and I cried when I read it to my children it does make a lot of sense to me. I am having a hard time with losing my brother who died in a weird motorcycle accident and my mom with stage 4 lung cancer and my father with stage 4 lymph node cancer. My god be with me and my children as we get through this time in our life where we lost the only parent and grandparent that they have left in their lives. I have to pick up all the pieces in my life and continue to get on and try to start over fresh. RIP daddy RIP mommy and RIP Mark. Love Stephanie

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  • by Joanne, Virginia
  • Jul 2012

I was so deeply touched by your poem that I posted it online for the victims and families of the Chicago shootings. There are no winners but I thought it may help others in carrying on.

Bless you!

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  • by Juanita, Chicago Il.
  • Jun 2012

Thank you for the poems and stories. I myself had an abortion when I was 17, I'm 36 now. There is nothing else in my life that I regret more then the abortion. The man that I was involved with was 25. He sold me the nightmare of how he wouldn't help me with the baby, how my parents would kick me out. The same stories as all the dead beat men give. Well the day of the appointment I cancelled it twice. Somehow he managed to convince me to go ahead and do it. Well I will tell you June 17th is the most saddest day of my life. I stopped dating him right away. I couldn't stand looking at him any more. I always think of how life would have been different. Was it a boy or a girl. I have gone to THE LORD for forgiveness, and I know that he forgave me. The guilt is still there and it still kills me. One day my baby and I will meet again. So to all the young ladies that may be considering abortion and may be reading this. You are not alone, there are so many resources out there. Don't do it.

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  • by Nate Dozier, Atlanta Ga
  • Feb 2012

On Jan 28, 2011 my wife and dear beloved friend Rolinda Randle -Dozier suffer a stroke and major bleeding in the brain. We didn't have insurance to cover the operation needed to at least keep her alive so the doctors didn't do much, so she died on Feb 6 2011. When I read this poem I felt deeply it was the words she would say to us and some of us are still missing her. Thanks.

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  • by Chelsea, KS
  • Jan 2012

My friend was shot last month when he was collecting money for a car he worked on and this is the SAME exact words he would say.. I was reading it and made me think of him..

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  • by Audrey Friel Donegal
  • Sep 2011

My partner of 11 years passed away 6-10-11 after a 3 year illness. It's so hard to live without him, that poem is just what I know he would say to me. It's as hard today as it was the day he was taken from me. I have pictures of him all over my house it helps me to see him every room I go into. miss and love him so much.

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  • by Cindy Moore
  • Jul 2011

I lost a son at the age of seventeen in a car accident and it has been very difficult. The only thing that really helps is knowing that I will see him again. I just can't wait.. I would love to hear how others cope with losses of young sons.

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  • by Whitney, NY
  • Apr 2011

Wow this poem had me in tears. My grandma died 16 years ago. I was very young. I picture my grandma saying this to me.

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  • by Whiteriver, Az
  • Mar 2011

My aunt passed away a year ago, and I imagine that she'd say some of these same things should she be able to let us know.

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  • by Jade
  • Feb 2011

This is amazing, I love this poem! Two of my pets passed away in a four month period and I can imagine this is what they would like to say to me. Beautiful poem! =)

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  • by Kendra, Reno
  • Jul 2010

My aunt recently lost a loved one and is not doing well, she still cannot believe she is gone and this poem reminds me of that loved one because it is something that loved one would say word for word.

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