Mother Death Poem

Every Waking Day

When those we love dearly are so cruelly snatched from our embrace we are left to think of ways we would have like to say goodbye.

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This poem touched my heart! Thanks for writing such a wonderful poem. I lost my mother in a car accident in March 2011. A bus driver in his personal truck ran a red light and t-boned her in...

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My Mom!

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Published: February 2006



Mother, how I miss you
Every waking day
I curse the one who made
Die and go away.

I miss your warm hands
And I miss the talks we had
I miss the times when words were of no need
And hope my love you'll always see.

I wish I'd had some time to say
How I loved you so
But I never got the chance
Because it was your time to go

I want the memories back
New and happy still
Yet I know how much I cared
I might not feel so sad and scared

My mother how I miss you so
My mother I need you!
I hope you know about my love
Because it's strength is always true.

Dedicated to my mom who I miss dearly!

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  • by Amanda, Il
  • 6 years ago

This poem touched my heart! Thanks for writing such a wonderful poem. I lost my mother in a car accident in March 2011. A bus driver in his personal truck ran a red light and t-boned her in the morning. I feel the same way...I wish I could've said good-bye, but she was gone before I got to the hospital. Keep your head up! We all must stick together. Again I enjoyed reading your poem. :)

  • by Angelo
  • 8 years ago

I lost my mom last month to a fire and just as this poem said ...I wish I had the time to say goodbye love you mom <3

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