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Aunt Death Poem

Poem For An Aunt Who Died

A woman mourns the death of her aunt.

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My Aunt Allison died yesterday morning at age 89. I truly thought she would live forever. Two hours after finding out of her passing, I received a letter from her written two days earlier. Her …

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© Joan C. Johnson

Published: Feb 2006

My Aunt Jean

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
I just keep wishing you were still here.
I will hold all the memories deep in my heart.
Through these memories will never part.

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
I just keep wishing this pain would disappear.
I didn't get the chance to say my last good-bye.
I just didn't think you could ever die.

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
All of your love I will always hold near.
In my heart and my mind I will never be alone.
When my time comes......
I will meet you in heaven!
WE LOVE AND MISS YOU!

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  • by Cathy, Nevada
  • 6/28/2014

My Aunt Allison died yesterday morning at age 89. I truly thought she would live forever. Two hours after finding out of her passing, I received a letter from her written two days earlier. Her message to me was that she was bone weary; she said she loved me. She was a remarkable woman and touched lives of those she met. Allison was my role model, my second mom and my dear friend. Thanks Allison for the memories...you will never be forgotten, always in my heart.

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  • by Jasmine, Nebraska
  • Jun 2013

My Aunt Carol just recently died. Today, 6/13/2013 at 8:00am or so - My parents and I got a call from my Uncle that she passed away. We knew something was wrong by the sound of his voice. She was so sweet and had a loving soul and personality. We all miss her. No goodbyes were said because she left without warning. Cause of death was that a part of her heart burst. Heart attack. :( I was even going to call her up after this week to hang out but looks like not. She will stay in many people's hearts.

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My aunt Pat died 23 years ago today... I was looking for something to put on Facebook (since I don't write poetry myself) and found this.
I credited you on Facebook and thank you for writing lovely poems.

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  • by Andrew, South Australia
  • May 2013

I lost my Aunty Deb last night to cancer and this poem has me howling like a baby. I will miss her so much, and there won't be a day that goes by where she won't cross my mind. She was always there and knew just what to say or talk about. I will miss you my beautiful Aunt.

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  • by Sara Lucy, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Apr 2013

My great aunt died two days ago, the 23rd April 2013 and last time I saw her I didn't get to say goodbye. She died so young, I just can't stop thinking and crying. I miss her so much and seeing this comforts me so much. I thought I would have been the only one. I miss you Arlette, we will meet one day in heaven.

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  • by Maureen Harrison, Cape, South Africa
  • Nov 2012

My Aunt died today, 16 November 2012. She was such a beautiful person, she personified LOVE. I know she is safe in the arms of the Lord, and meeting up with her brothers and sisters. I will never forget you Aunty Joy and look forward to seeing you again one day.

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  • by Amy, Uk
  • Oct 2012

My Aunty Jean passed away on the 3rd of November 2011 from cancer. I miss her a lot, as she took over being my other parent when my dad left 13 years ago. I had to make the hard choice of letting her go but I know it was right to stop her from being in any more pain. This poem has really touched me. Thank you for writing it

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  • by Maria
  • Sep 2012

First my aunt died in cancer. I couldn't believe it she was everything she was my second mom. I cry every night and morning I miss her so much!!!!! and then my uncle wife with a heart attack she was so nice to me we were always together and close I had a lot of fun with her love her with all my heart. I know they both in heaven. I will never forgot you I Love you!!!!

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  • by Rockford Ill
  • Sep 2012

This poem touched my heart my name is Tiffiny and my aunt just passed away from a long battle of cancer. I miss her dearly, but I know she is with the dear lord. Thank you for posting this poem.

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  • by Phiniai India
  • Jun 2012

My aunt passed away on the 21st of august 2010. She was my dad's youngest sister. She left behind two young son who were only 5 and 1 when she died. She was like a mother to me and everyday I miss her and think about her. It is through her death that I know what ''death'' really means. She was hit by a bike and she died on the spot. I had so much to say to her and now I just regret for delaying the time. I'll always love her forever and ever and I'll always miss her until I see her again. I Love You aunt Amida!!! Always have and always will!!!!!!

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  • by Dawn, Clearwater Fl
  • Apr 2012

Well here I am again, I just lost my Auntie Sharlene Lurati on March 27,2012 and now have lost my Auntie Dianne Severson (her sister) on April 14,2012, 18 days later. She was 63. Both of these deaths were unexpected. Both of these women were a tremendous influence in my life. They showed great love, independence and wisdom. It is difficult to lose an Auntie, it is more difficult to lose both Aunties with-in the same two weeks. We don't know why Auntie Dianne died, I think her heart was broken. I can only imagine, the loss of a sister may be greater than the loss of an Aunt.

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  • by Dawn, Clearwater, Fl
  • Apr 2012

My Auntie Sharlene Lurati 55 died unexpectedly on March 27, 2012. She had a heart attack. This was the last of many and the one I was not there to be by her side. I miss you so much Auntie and so sorry I was not there for you. Love Dawn xoxo.

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  • by Sad-Girl , Dayton, Oh
  • Mar 2012

My aunt just died on March 24th, 2012 she lived in Michigan and her daughter and son found her dead in the bed and I just wanted to say that this is a very beautiful poem, this just touched me <3

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  • by Colby Lane-Wright
  • Jan 2012

This poem made me think of my Auntie who died of a 7 month battle with Cancer. I miss you so much Auntie Sharlar! You didn't deserve to go baby but you now in a safer place with all the angels and I hope God is looking after you. You did ever so well fighting it but God needed a angel and sadly took you! R.I.P Sharlar xxxxx

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  • by Klaudia
  • Oct 2011

My aunt who raised me like one of her own (because my mother had two jobs to support all of us) passed away, she was only 46, had heart problems since she was a teenager and passed away from diabetes 2 months after my 15th birthday. No one knew she had it... I'm 24 now, happily married, but not a day goes by that she's not needed, and not a day goes by without me wishing she was here being part of all our happiness, luckily I have my mother with me, but we both miss her dearly, she was a great person, my mothers best friend and just a joy to be around, she'll always be missed. She'll always be a mother to me, now she's in a better place watching over us.

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  • by Siana
  • Sep 2011

My name is Siana and I'm thirteen my aunty Rona died about a year ago now, she was more like a mum to me. I miss her so much and will miss her till the day I die xxxxxx

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  • by Briana
  • Jul 2011

My Aunty Died... Just last night.. heart attack, she will always be missed and never be forgotten... Love you aunty.... and this poem is amazing, I love it .

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  • by Brittani
  • Apr 2011

My aunt was 25 and committed suicide on December 7th of 2010... I miss her very much and this poem brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece of literature.

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  • by Josh
  • Dec 2010

My aunt died two days ago from a heart attack in her sleep. She was in her late 60's, but I am still very much in shock. This poem inspired me to write my own poem about my experience with her and my emotions now. I feel like you knew your aunt much better than I knew mine, and that is something I've always regretted; not knowing her better. Now there's no time left to remedy that.

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  • by Noneyaa
  • Aug 2010

Well my aunt died Aug.. 6th, 2010. and her memorial was yesterday. So I love this poem because it true. I really wasn't that close to her but I've known her since I was born. and she babysat me all the time. and she didn't die naturally. she hung herself. we don't know why. I'm soo torn up.

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  • by Hayleigh
  • May 2010

oh my gosh...this poem is so sad...my aunt died before I was born but I have seen pics of her and she is very beautiful...I wish I could have met her.. :(

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  • by K
  • May 2009

My Auntie died just over 4 years ago now and today would've been her 48th birthday! The second verse hit home as I never got to say good-bye since she was killed in a car accident. I knew she would die one day, just didn't think it would be when I was only 17. I'm so glad there are other people out there that feel the way about their aunts like I did and still do about my Auntie.

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  • by Jasmine
  • Feb 2009

My Aunt passed away February 22,2009 it was very hard for me because we were so close I rewrote the poem and it sound so beautiful and I couldn't thank this site because I didn't know how to start so thank you !!

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  • by Ericka
  • Feb 2009

This poem really touched my soul. My aunt died on 2/15/09 and I was nominated by the family to write a poem. your poem gave me inspiration to write a poem about the happy times spent with my aunt.
Thank you for this lovely poem

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  • by alisa
  • Nov 2008

My Auntie Carrie passed away this morning, I as well did not get a chance to say good-bye. My Auntie Carrie raised me. I also did not think she could ever die, She was a very strong person who was always there when anyone needed her.

Thank You for this beautiful poem.

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  • by Jamie
  • Nov 2008

my Aunt passed on from cancer, on NOV 17th 2008, and I came across this poem that was really heart touching, THANK YOU~!!!

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  • by Melanie
  • Oct 2008

My Aunt passed away from a long courageous battle with cancer. She passed on my 34th birthday, a few days ago. It is so hard to say goodbye. I don't know how long it will take for this pain to go away. I know now she is in a better place and free for pain. She will be missed by so many people as she had touched so many peoples lives. Auntie Kim, if you are looking down from heaven above, please know that I love you and miss you so very much. Rest in peace......

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  • by Vanessa
  • Oct 2008

My Great-Aunt passed away on Mother's Day of 2007. The second verse especially hit home with me because I didn't get to say goodbye to my "Aunt Jean" and I really thought that she would never die.

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  • by danielle
  • Oct 2008

this touched me, my auntie died two year ago now, it still makes me cry a lot, I'm glad there's people out there who feel the same! its a wonderful poem

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  • by carmen
  • Aug 2008

my aunt died Thursday the 21st at 45 years of age of a heart attack.... this poem touched me to my soul....it is very beautiful!!

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