Moving On Poem after Death

My mom passed away 3 years ago. Still living with having to be without her each day.. Ralph

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Thanks for the touching poem--It has been six years now that I have lost my mum- I think about her every day and I still wish that I could see her for one last time- She was more than a mum...

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© Ralph Quinonez more by Ralph Quinonez

January 2012

When We See You Again

As I sit here and wonder how things would have turned out,
Not to have been part of your life was there ever a doubt.
I would see you again, just didn't know when.
A long time has passed, wondering how you have been.
Just to see your face one last time is something I never would have thought,
You have been on my mind all this time, something that I had always and never forgot.
The lessons that I learned from you, made each day more pleasant,
Your teachings of everyday life were such a warm and needed present.
I leave you now knowing you are safe in his arms,
No more pain or suffering, away from all harm.
Rest with the angels, until we all will see you once more.
We love and have missed you, things we will always adore.
Watch over us now, for one day it will come.
When we are laughing and talking and having oh so much fun.
We miss you mom, but we are glad that you made it home.
We wouldn't have wanted it any other way even if it meant for us to be alone.

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  • by Radhika, Durban;South Africa
  • 4 months ago

Thanks for the touching poem--It has been six years now that I have lost my mum- I think about her every day and I still wish that I could see her for one last time- She was more than a mum to me-She was also my best friend in the entire world! I thank God for the honour of being the daughter of such a worthy mother and a noble soul-Your poem is beautiful and reminds me of mum. God bless my sweet mother.

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