Pregnancy And Infant Loss Awareness Month

Published: October 15, 2020

Poems About Pregnancy And Infant Loss

46 Poems About Pregnancy And Infant Loss

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. This awareness month was first declared on October 15, 1988, by President Ronald Reagan. It's a month to remember the babies we never got to hold in our arms or the babies that left this earth too soon. The pain can be unbearable for parents who experience this void in their lives.

Loss due to miscarriages, stillbirths, SIDS, and other infant deaths are not always talked about. Many people who suffer miscarriages don't share the news openly, causing them to wrestle with the pain without others knowing. Share your story. The darkness you walked through can shine a light for someone else going through the same thing.

We hope that you will see that you are not alone by reading these poems on pregnancy and infant loss. We encourage you to do something to keep the memory of your baby alive. Even if you never held your baby in your arms, their short life had meaning, and they will always be a part of your family.

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    At the moment I realized I was pregnant, I fell in love. I loved my child so much and for the next two months my excitement grew and the fear that once was buried in me about being a young single parent was gone. Then one day I felt funny and started to bleed. I lost my baby. My heart is still broken, and I wish I had the chance to tell them how much I love them. Grieving the death of my child that I never had the chance to meet has been the greatest struggle of my life.

    For My Little One

    Although We Never Met

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    I never saw your twinkling eyes
    Or touched your precious feet.
    I never shared a tiny yawn
    Or rocked you fast asleep.

    I never kissed your tiny hands
    Or saw your little smile.
    I never held you in my arms,
    But I held you for a while.

    Although I never saw your face
    Or heard your precious laughter,
    You're still my child whom I love
    And will forever after.

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    This poem is everything I've been thinking but unable to say. I was a young mother. I'm 16 and I lost my baby. When I started bleeding they told me everything was fine. They told me my baby...

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    We lost a little grandchild to S.I.D.S. When we received the call and rushed to our daughter's home, we found her sobbing as she rocked her little son who had left this world. I wrote this poem in remembrance of that night.

    Heaven's Rocking Chair

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    Are there rocking chairs in Heaven
    where little babies go?
    Do the angels hold you closely
    and rock you to and fro?

    Do they talk silly baby talk
    to get a smile or two,
    and sing the sleepy lullabies
    I used to sing to you?

    My heart is aching for you,
    my angel child so dear.
    You brought such joy into my life
    the short time you were here.

    I know you're in a happy place
    and in God's loving care.
    I dream each night I'm rocking you
    in Heaven's rocking chair.

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    On July 8, 2017, I lost my precious three month old granddaughter. She was at the sitter's and was found face down in the playpen. I received the call to rush to the hospital while my...

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    My wife and I had our beautiful baby girl, Lexi, on September 2, 2011. We were told something was wrong with her, but no one was sure exactly what. That night we were told that she would be dead within 15 minutes. Lexi had other plans and fought hard for 19 days. My wife and I wanted to share her strength with the world and we often updated our friends and wider community through Facebook. This helped us to cope better with Lexi's illness and has helped us feel supported in her death.

    The Strength You Gave Me

    Poem By Father Of Dead Baby

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    They tell me it's amazing how I've stayed so strong,
    but they don't see how I cry when I hear your song.
    They see the smile on my face but miss the hurt in my eye.
    I would rather seem rude than let them see me cry.
    I put on this front as I don't want the world to see
    the pain and sorrow so deep inside me.

    I don't act this way 'cause I'm ashamed to feel the way I do.
    I act this way in honour of you,
    because although I hurt right now and my heart is broken,
    I can't help but feel pride and love when your name is spoken.
    My strength comes from the love you gave to me,
    and it's that strength I want the world to see.

    I will always love and miss you;
    that I will never hide,
    and when people ask me about my daughter,
    they will always see my pride.
    You were so precious and your memory will always live on.
    I'll never be sad that I had you, only that you're gone.

    My tears are not a sign of my weakness;
    they are a sign of the love I have inside.
    They will always fall down my cheeks
    when I think of you with pride.
    They say it takes a real man to admit when he is sad,
    but how can I be sad when I look at the daughter that I had?
    I will always have the memories of my little girl,
    and you will always be my world.
    Always remember you gave me this strength and that
    you will always be your daddy's little girl!!!

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    Great poem. My wife and I had just moved in our new house and went to sleep and woke up to our almost two-year-old baby boy not breathing. They said it was SIDS. It was the worst feeling in...

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    I have a friend who has been having trouble with pregnancies. She was excited about making it past her first trimester. At her 19 week check-up, the doctor didn't find a heartbeat. After exams and tests, the doctor believed the baby stopped breathing about a week after her 16 week check-up. My friend went in to induce labor and deliver her baby boy who died inside her womb.

    Baby Boy

    • By Angie Milton
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem Saying Goodbye To Unborn Son

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    There are no words to say but, "I love you,"
    For I've shed tears to not have heard you coo.

    A mother's joy turned to grief in a moment so fast,
    Hard to bear that your heartbeat had passed.

    Instead of Heaven sent, you were sent to Heaven to be;
    You're another guardian angel to watch over me.

    I was blessed enough to hold you so dear.
    I will try and fight all emotions of shedding a tear.

    Baby boy, baby boy, just know,
    You will always be loved; you'll see my tears flow.

    I must admit I don't agree of what plan
    God had for you and me.

    I shall not be angry or fall apart;
    Please just know I love you with all my heart.

    I'll see you someday in the future not so near,
    'Til then, baby boy, I'll love you from here.

    Poem Saying Goodbye To Unborn Son, Baby Boy

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    You were here, you were near. You grew, and I knew you were alive. I felt you move, I saw you grow, I heard your heart beat. My boy, that was your name, until I could learn to love your name....

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    We lost our grandson after birth in January 2018. He had a disease, and we knew we'd lose him. It affected his organs and took one of his legs. My husband has been struggling with this. In efforts to comfort him in any way I could, I wrote this poem for him. My husband's grandpa passed away many years ago, and he always says that he just wishes he had one more day with him. I know my husband knows that his grandfather is with his grandson in heaven, but he still struggles with this loss every single day.

    Grandpa

    The Loss Of A Grandson

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    Dear Grandpa,

    I don't want you to worry about me.
    This was the plan from the very first day.
    God told me to trust him, you see,
    To believe and trust his way.

    When Mommy told you about me,
    I saw that sadness in your eyes,
    What to feel or how to be.
    Yes, Grandpa, I heard your cries.

    I know that this was hard for you,
    And I saw you on your knees,
    Praying for a miracle to come true.
    Your heart was on your sleeve.

    I heard you scream to Jesus why,
    Blaming him for losing me.
    I'll always be your grandson,
    And my grandpa you'll always be.

    I found comfort in your arms
    And the love you had for me.
    I'm not far from where you are.
    In your heart I'll always be.

    Heaven is really a peaceful place.
    I'll meet you again one day.
    Keep your faith and always pray.
    Know Jesus and trust his way.

    I felt you hold my hand that day
    And say your I love you's.
    Up here, Grandpa, I can run and play.
    Close your eyes, you'll see me, too.

    The day I left this life to be
    In heaven with someone new.,
    Not only Jesus Christ, you see.
    I met your grandpa, too.

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    This poem is sad. It’s very sad to lose someone, especially a child or grandchild, and things like that happen all the time. What makes it even sadder is being a mom, dad, grandpa, or...

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    My poem is written in perspective of a close friend of mine. She was diagnosed with breast cancer following her daughter's birth and was told it was not genetic but came from complications with preeclampsia during her pregnancy. Maleah was her angel and her reason to fight. Three months into her cancer battle and when Maleah was 7 months old, she got the phone call that her husband and daughter were in a minor fender bender car wreck. In less than an hour, Maleah passed from internal injuries.

    Maleah Antionette Gray

    • By Courtney A. Eller
    • Published: December 2018
    God Gave Me An Angel

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    God gave me an angel,
    A sweet, smiling baby girl.
    He gave her to me...
    10 little fingers, 10 tiny toes...all curled.

    God gave me an angel
    Whose smile could light the dark.
    He gave her to me
    To hold deep within my heart.

    God gave me an angel
    In the form of this perfect baby girl.
    He gave her to me
    To change my whole world.

    God gave me an angel,
    A special gift he gives very few.
    He gave me an angel
    To touch the lives of me and you.

    God gave me an angel.
    Though I could only keep her for a while,
    He let me keep the memories
    That will always make me smile.

    God gave me an angel.
    Her time was just for show.
    He may have given me an angel,
    But he never told me I'd have to let her go.

    For the only problem with having an angel,
    Is they're too perfect for this world
    Once you've held a piece of Heaven
    In the arms of your baby girl.

    God gave me an angel,
    This I know is true.
    For my life can never be the same,
    All because I met you...

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    The loss of my unborn child is the worst pain I have ever felt in my life. By writing this poem, it helped me relieve some grief that was bottled inside. I came to this website in hopes of finding something that I can relate to, and I hope that my poem can help someone out there understand that they are not alone.

    A Letter To My Unborn Child

    • By Kaitlyn
    • Published: January 2011

    in Miscarriage Poems

    So quickly you came into our lives,
    So quickly torn away.
    Never got the chance to meet you.
    There's so much I want to say.

    Where there once was joy and happiness,
    Now there's sadness, guilt, and pain.
    All these thoughts running through my head,
    It's enough to drive me insane.

    Though you lived only eight short weeks,
    You were loved so very much.
    I wish that I could hold you.
    I long to feel your touch.

    On that fateful night,
    My world was ripped from under my feet.
    I pray that in another life
    We get the chance to meet.

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    After 5 years of trying I finally got pregnant the beginning of June 2008 . I was ecstatic. My mum passed away June 10, 2007 so I thought this was her final gift to me, as she always wanted to be a grandmother. As of September 11 (what a great date already), I lost my precious gift.
    I know everything happens for a reason. I know there is sunshine at the end of this rainstorm, but it sure doesn't feel like it right now.

    Four Words

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    Despair.
    falling deeper & deeper each day.
    wondering what else I'll lose
    and wondering if it'll go away.

    Denial
    It's something I sometimes feel.
    that the pain I have inside
    could not possibly be real.

    Sadness.
    Not something that disappears
    despite what I wish for
    I have never ending tears.

    Blame.
    That's what I often do
    I will never forgive myself.
    My heart's permanently broken in two.

    These four simple words
    to describe my feelings inside.
    wishing I could crawl into myself
    to stay forever and hide.

    There are days I wonder
    if these feelings will go.
    If it's possible for me
    to not feel so low.

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    I had my baby girl on the 7th of May 2019. She was the greatest gift that I have ever received since I was born. She was so healthy and very much lively till sickness started attacking...

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    I wrote this October 30th - 7 1/2 weeks since I lost my baby. I feel like I've come along since then, but I have my days that I still feel like this.

    Hills & Valleys

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    The hills, the valleys
    and the bends.
    Going up and down each day,
    wondering if my heart will mend.

    Sure, the pain will lessen
    and I'll genuinely smile once more,
    but the emptiness will stay
    and my heart will forever be sore.

    You were all I ever wanted,
    and now you'll never be.
    You were going to be my future;
    now that has ceased for me.

    I can't help this feeling
    of feeling so alone,
    but I just can't talk about it.
    I don't want to be a moan.

    So I'll keep writing
    and talking to you in my mind.
    Until we meet one day
    and then true joy I will find.

    I'm not saying
    it's going to be soon,
    even if it's years from now,
    my joy will be over the moon.

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    This poem was written for our child we lost at 10 1/2 weeks due to a miscarriage. Grieving a child you never got the chance to meet is absolutely the hardest thing I have ever had to go through. With this loss there are no memories to hold on to help with the grief. This poem is an outlet for me to start that grieving process.

    Long To See Your Sweet Face

    • By Kim Perry
    • Published: January 2012

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    Two pink lines, we knew it was true,
    Sooner than later we would meet you.
    I yelled for your Daddy and smiled just so.
    He stood there in shock and a glorious glow.
    We made lots of phone calls and shared our great news.
    I had lots of symptoms and even some clues.
    Then one day as I was taking out the trash,
    Something came over me and I knew in a flash
    Everything was wrong and I prayed it wasn't so,
    So I called up your Daddy and said we must go
    To the hospital to check on your stats.
    Waiting so patiently for the results to come back,
    We were told the bleeding was normal, you were just fine.
    Worrying uncontrollably because you were mine,
    Waiting for the doctor seemed to take forever.
    I guess she just thought she was being so clever.
    Up on the screen we could see your silhouette.
    The doctor made a grave face, and I said no, not yet.
    "There is no heartbeat," are the words we dreaded most.
    The tears started to fall and I felt like a ghost.
    I wanted to run, and I wanted to hide.
    I wanted you there standing at my side.
    I long now to hold you and hear your soft cries,
    Play with your belly and hear your faint sighs.
    Never will I have the chance to kiss your sweet lips,
    Wrap your sweet legs around my soft hips.
    I know you are in Heaven and safe you will always be,
    But oh, I long to touch the baby I will never see.

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    When a child dies before birth, many question why, as did my daughter who lost a child through miscarriage. I wrote this poem for her through my belief that as hard as miscarriage is to understand, God doesn't make mistakes. He loves us, and there is an answer that I believe coincides with my poem.

    Miscarriage

    Sympathy Poem For Miscarriage

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    What we call miscarriage,
    Is hard to understand,
    but God calls special babies
    back with Him in Heaven's land.

    He doesn't need to test them.
    These angels are too pure.
    The trials of this earth
    are not theirs to endure.

    But as all of God's children,
    they need a family too,
    An angel dwelt inside your womb
    because this child chose you.

    A loving son or daughter
    will be in your arms one day.
    One whose love surrounds you
    Heaven's not that far away.

    Trust in God, our Father
    and always remember this,
    everything has purpose.
    and with Him there is no "mis."

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    Losing a baby isn't easy for anyone. Losing anybody isn't easy for anyone either. I am lost for words on what has happened with this pregnancy in the last couple months. All I can do is be strong.

    My Little Angel

    • By April Westlake
    • Published: July 2013
    Losing A Baby Isn't Easy

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    I never got to hold you,
    Or kiss your little head,
    Or watch you sleeping soundly
    All snuggled in your bed.

    I can't count your tiny fingers
    Or your even smaller toes.
    I won't see your smile
    Or your cute little button nose.

    You're gone too soon - we don't even know
    If you're a girl or boy.
    Our hearts are filled with sorrow
    When they should be full of joy.

    I know you are in heaven,
    Where there is no pain or tears.
    You'll never get hurt or sick.
    In heaven there are no fears.

    And though I'm sad you're not here right now
    For us to hold today,
    I know we'll hold you in our arms
    When we're in heaven with you someday.

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    My Charlyze was alive for three months and I can say without doubt that those were the best months of my life. She did more for me and my family than most people do in their lifetime. She was born with a very rare case of petty syndrome. Being only the ninth case, we did our best to prepare for the worst. No preparation is enough to ready you for the loss of your child. I will always miss my little monkey, but one day I will see her again. I will not have these empty arms forever.

    In Heaven On Your Birthday

    • By Krista Nielsen
    • Published: July 2013

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    Precious in your little frame, you danced into my heart.
    And with the grace with which you came, with grace you did depart.
    You held my finger in your hand, and with it held my soul.
    I fell in love with those wide eyes, one kiss and I was whole.
    You caught me by surprise the way your only need was me.
    And I learned I need you too, but I had to set you free.
    Your monkey feet have left such an imprint in my life.
    And sometimes I still hear you crying for me in the night.
    You're in heaven on your birthday, and I can see you way up there,
    With the cutest party dress on and a bow tied in your hair.

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    This poem was written after I suffered an early miscarriage. There is no right or wrong way to go through this process, and I felt completely betrayed by my body in the days after I lost the baby. I had all the initial dreams and hopes for this child as I have for my children I carried to term. I needed to let myself feel all the grief and pain associated with the loss, and I will continue to feel the loss of that child forever. This miscarriage has changed me.

    Still

    • By Jenna L. Alfrey
    • Published: April 2017
    Grief And Pain After A Miscarriage

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    My body is still birthing,
    But nothing is to show.
    The little life that was to be
    Left my body days ago.

    My body is still bleeding
    Like a casualty took place,
    And I mourn the ever-lingering loss
    As I imagine a what-if face.

    My body is still weeping
    Even if no tears are cried.
    Despite the plastered grit and grin,
    My pain feels impossible to hide.

    My body is still broken,
    At least that's what I perceive.
    What should have been your safest place,
    Instead leaves me to grieve.

    My body is still aching,
    Shuddering, and unkind,
    Leaving in place of your still life-
    A heartbreak for the rest of mine.

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    This poem was for my 4-month-old baby cousin that passed away on April 23, 2008. He was born on December 12, 2007. He was premature, and he died of S.I.D.S. I loved him with all my heart; this poem's is to show that when you lose a baby or a loved one that they will always be with you. His name was Nicholas Joseph Britzki. I LOVE YOU, NICHOLAS!

    Goodbye To My 4 Month Baby Cousin

    • By Cheyanne Ward
    • Published: October 2008

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    It's time to say goodbye,
    and we don't understand why.
    Today is the day we lay
    our little man to rest.
    Everyone knows he was the best.
    He was our miracle, our dream come true,
    and we are here to comfort you.
    Though today we say goodbye,
    just remember he never really dies,
    for in our hearts his spirit lies.
    If he could talk, I know he'd say,
    "Mommy, daddy, please don't cry,
    for I am not gone; I'm flying high.
    I'm that brand new twinkle in the sky.
    I know one day I'll see you again,
    and until then,
    hold your heads up high,
    and just remember I'm standing by,
    for I'm the light of the moon
    and the sunlight in the sky,
    so please be strong, and it won't be long
    till we're together again.
    Love your little man"

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    My 4 month old cousin passed away almost 2 weeks ago to SIDS. He was the smiliest most angelic little boy I've ever had the pleasure of coming into contact with. This poem made me cry. Thank you

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    I wrote this poem for a very close friend of mine. Last year, she became pregnant with her first child. At eight weeks she had a miscarriage. It was totally unexpected and incredibly traumatic for her. But she trusted in the Lord through the entire trial and with His help and strength made it through. So, that being said, I wrote this poem for her and in memory of her baby. Enjoy!

    My Angel Baby

    • By Heather
    • Published: May 2009

    in Baby Death Poems

    I never got to see your eyes
    or hold your hand or hear your cries.
    All I have are dreams of you,
    those of which will never come true.
    My heart sank the day that I knew
    I would never get to meet you.
    I had made plans and had aspirations.
    If only I had a little more patience.
    I never thought the Lord would take you
    away from me so soon.
    But I'll never forget that dismal day,
    around two in the afternoon.
    The day I knew something was not right,
    and through many tears I would have to fight.
    Now, all I do is dream every night
    about what life would have been like.
    What if you really had been born?
    But all we have are dreams of that,
    and all we can do is mourn.
    We will not mourn for you though,
    because we know you're where you need to be,
    even though it isn't here with me.
    You are my angel baby because God wanted you with Him.
    Now, forever with his angels, His praises you will sing.
    None of my dreams for you will ever come true,
    because of that day God chose to take you.
    But, my angel baby, you will always be
    in my heart forever, forever a part of me.

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    I lost a baby due to stillbirth. One moment my world was full of anticipation and hope...the next it fell to pieces. I fell into a deep black hole. This is a tribute to him.

    Gone But Not Forgotten

    Loss Due To Stillbirth

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    You were a ripple on a glass-like pond,
    Just a moment in time; it's hard to respond.

    A wave crashing onto an empty beach,
    I went to talk, but I've lost all speech.

    A whisper in the winter night's air.
    How can this be true, how can this be fair?

    You were meant to live; this just feels rotten.
    You're gone now, but you're not forgotten.

    A ray of sunshine through darkened clouds.
    The silence is deafening amidst the crowds.

    The sound of a bee on a summer's day,
    You were here for a moment, but then you went away.

    I keep you in my heart like a trap I'm caught in.
    You're gone now, but you're not forgotten.

    I will love you always, you have to know.
    You were so small, no time to grow.

    You were here for a moment, and then you were gone.
    It's hard to move forward; it's hard to go on.

    I remember you still; I wrapped you in cotton.
    You're gone now, but you're not forgotten.

    I want to shout, and I still want to scream.
    I want to wake up out of this terrible dream.

    Your beauty took my breath away.
    I wish you could still be here; I wish you could stay.

    I'm meant to move on; I'm meant to climb,
    But how do I move past that brief moment in time?

    There's only one thought when I remember you now.
    The promise I made, I remember my vow.

    I know what I told you; I'd love you forever.
    You're gone now, but forget you? Never!!

    So remember please my only begotten.
    You're gone now, but you're not forgotten...

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    This is a poem I made about my triplet miscarriage I had 4 weeks ago. I was pregnant with triplets but lost them at 16 weeks.

    Teenage Miscarriage

    • By Danielle
    • Published: June 2009
    Poem About Losing Triplets

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    They say that time's a great healer,
    But I don't think that's true.
    My heart's been aching so, so much
    Since the day that I lost you.

    I had to say goodbye
    Before I could say hello.
    I wish I could have told you
    How much I loved you so.

    You mean more to me than anything,
    Even though we never met.
    Mummy loves her precious babies,
    And I promise that I won't forget.

    You're my three shining stars,
    And in my heart is where you'll stay,
    But don't be too sad, little ones
    Because Mummy knows we'll meet someday.

    In memory of my triplets

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    I also had a beautiful baby girl who I had at 25 weeks and 5 days. She lived for 2 days. I'll never get over losing my princess. I had a little boy, so all I wanted was a little girl. She...

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    I am a mom of four handsome boys. When people ask if I was "trying for that girl," I get so mad because they have no idea. You don't have a baby because you want one; you are given a baby because the big man upstairs says so. Things happen for a reason, what reason? We will never know. I don't have a good story to share. My sister lost a baby boy 8 years ago in the 2nd trimester & I have had too many friends lose or miscarry their angel babies.

    I Am Here

    • By Stacey Jo Rumberger
    • Published: July 2012
    Poem For The Loss Of A Baby

    in Miscarriage Poems

    Please don't cry, I am here.
    Just look around; I am very near.
    I am the prettiest butterfly
    exploring the day.
    I am the shiniest star
    showing you my wings glisten afar.
    I am the wind moving your hair
    to kiss your cheek,
    so please wipe your tears away.
    I am here, playing hide 'n seek.

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    Don't ever let someone blame you for the loss of your child. There is no reason to take the blame. Sounds like you are better off without him in your life, and the same as his mother. Don't...

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    I had a miscarriage at 16 weeks with my first pregnancy.

    For Our Angel

    • By Lisa
    • Published: March 2012

    in Miscarriage Poems

    We don't want to cry anymore,
    But the pain won't go away.
    Our hearts are torn in two
    Because our baby couldn't stay.

    We don't want to cry anymore.
    God had other plans for you.
    Mommy and Daddy will get through this someday,
    But right now our world is blue.

    We don't want to cry anymore.
    We never thought we'd be torn apart.
    Even though we can't hold you in our arms,
    We will always hold you in our hearts.

    We don't want to cry anymore.
    Our Angel, there was nothing we could do.
    Mommy and Daddy will miss you so much,
    And never forget, we will always love you.

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    I found out I was pregnant with our 6th child very early on, the day my period was due. We had been trying for a boy. At 12 weeks, I found out through chromosome testing that this would be...

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