Mother Death Poem

This is for my Mother who's birthday is on the 22nd of February. I miss you.

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My mother. You were always sick. But you always fought and got better soon. Until on that unfortunate valentine's day. I came running home to you with a heart breaking problem, when I arrived …

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© Mirandottie

Published: Sep 2011

Today Is Your Birthday

Today is your birthday
If only you were here to stay
To have a big celebration
Yet it's pain over a relation

We are all standing here
Hoping that you will appear
Though we know you never will
Yet we stand there still

We try and remember you
And what you did and what you knew
To try and make you real again
To take away the waking pain

Everyone misses your face
There is a big gap in your place
Your place that is next to ours
And this is why they bring you flowers

Flowers of happy, flowers of sad
Flowers of remembrance I may add
So here is a yellow rose
For my love is what it shows

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  • by Darlene, California
  • 7/30/2014

My mother.
You were always sick. But you always fought and got better soon. Until on that unfortunate valentine's day. I came running home to you with a heart breaking problem, when I arrived I found you on the floor fighting for your life.
My brother and I, your only two children stood by your side day and night. Until the doctor said this is it, I need to know who is her next of kin. The family made it me.
I knew your wishes. We talked about this. I knew what I had to do, but I couldn't do it. That would mean living in this world with out you, my mom. NO!! As the day was done you only got worse. To stop you from suffering and to grant you your wishes I took you off life support. I sat be side you, hoping that every breath you gasped for wasn't your last. I told you to let go, we would be fine. I lied cause I couldn't see you suffer no more. On 2/24/14 8:30 am you left me. Oh how I wish you didn't. Oh how I wish you were still here. I need you so much. I am lost without you. Why god, why did you take my mother so soon. She was only 54. Her children and grandchildren need her so. So many people she helped.

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