Death Of Lover Poem

Death Of Fiance Poem

This is dedicated to Rodney J Smith, My Fiance Born 7-18-64 Died 12-30-08. I wrote this a week after his passing. I have since moved forward in my life but I still miss him so much.

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In January 4, 2017, my fiancé died due to a heart attack. He never had any problems with his heart. He went to work one day as usual. He worked for the Marshals office where they put your...

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Published: December 2011

A new day dawns once again.
I stare at where you used to lay your head.
I close my eyes, your face I plainly see.
That smile that could always bring me to my knees.
Those eyes that saw into the very soul of me.
My heart aches for the touch of your hands on my skin.
The taste of your kiss on my lips.
I've come to understand what the meaning of loneliness is.
I wipe away a tear.
It's almost more than I can bear.
I pray for the strength to get me through another day without you!



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  • by Bernetta Davis
  • 2 months ago

In January 4, 2017, my fiancé died due to a heart attack. He never had any problems with his heart. He went to work one day as usual. He worked for the Marshals office where they put your stuff on the street. He was a strong man, but this one day everything changed between us. Many sleepless nights because that one day he went to work he tried to catch a dresser that was coming down steps at a fast pace and it hit him in his chest. That started all the pain he had. So for nearly 2 months he was having little heart attacks then one. He was about to go to work. I'm glad I woke up before he left. He was having so much pain, I just wanted it to stop. I was so scared I didn't want to lose my fiancé, so I went to the kitchen to fix him some microwavable pancakes so he could take his pain medicine before it could finish. He fell on the floor. I rushed back in the room and called 911. When they got there I didn't know his heart had stop beating. I LOVE you always.

  • by Rebecca Scott
  • 10 months ago

A month ago today I lost my fiancé Angus Ross to bladder cancer at age 62. He was my best friend and soul mate. We did everything together. We were planning to get married, but it was too late. I was much younger than him. We fell in love despite are big age difference. I miss him so much.

  • by Jennifer
  • 1 year ago

My name is Jennifer and my fiance Danny died suddenly 10 months before our dream wedding in Disneyland. It has been 14 months and I still think about him everyday. I lost my soulmate, my best friend, and the love of my life.

  • by Jessica Bell
  • 1 year ago

I too lost my fiancé 2 weeks before we were to get married, at the hands of someone else. No words can describe how lost I feel knowing that everything I thought I knew, was ripped from my grip. He was my best friend and my entire world for 4 years but I am so grateful for the love he gave me in that short time.

  • by Sheresha Bosley, Morgantown
  • 2 years ago

I was engaged to a man, He was my soul mate. My children loved him as much as I did and the love was given back in return. He passed away at the hands of someone else 2/24/2013. I miss him sooooo much. Nothing can describe the loneliness you feel when you lose your lover, best friend, soul mate, family....your everything. RIP Chris...I love you forever and a day....until we meet again <3

  • by Jen
  • 1 year ago

I lost my best friend, my love, my rock, seven months ago today. He was taken from this world by someone else, and I have been left with no explanation. I could never have imagined the loneliness and grief that I now feel. He is still with me, but I miss him every moment of every day.

  • by Amanda Lane
  • 1 year ago

I lost my fiance at the hands of someone else also on March 30, 2016. My heart is so empty and I wish I could just hold him one last time. He was my world for 4 years and my kids loved him also. I am just so empty and wishing I could have taken his place or went with him.

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