Miscarriage Poem

How To Grieve After A Miscarriage

This poem is about recurrent miscarriages. I have lost two pregnancies (babies) in the first trimester. One at 6 1/2 weeks in January 2007 and the most recent one at 9 1/2 weeks on June 29, 2010. I hope my poem can give grieving mothers like myself an insight on healing and know that we are not alone. This heartache we have never goes away, but only time can ease our pain.

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I have lost two babies. The first I was 21 weeks and it was a boy. That was in 2011. I got pregnant the first of this year. We just lost it at 15 weeks. It is the most horrible thing you ever...

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Two Angels In The Sky

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Published: September 2011

Twinkle, twinkle,
Big bright star.

My precious babies,
You're not so far.

When I am sad and
feeling so alone,

I close my eyes and know
you are in Heaven's home.

Every day my heart aches for you.
How do I heal? I don't know what to do.

Why? I just don't understand.
Anticipation, love, so many future plans.

You were gone before I knew.
Each day is a struggle for me to get through.

Oh, my angels in the bright blue sky
Mommy and Daddy love you, and tears we always cry.

My babies are now heaven's angels so blessed and true.
Only God knew the plans he had for you.

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  • Kim by Kim, Enterprise
  • 7 years ago

I have lost two babies. The first I was 21 weeks and it was a boy. That was in 2011. I got pregnant the first of this year. We just lost it at 15 weeks. It is the most horrible thing you ever will go through. Knowing that I have two angels waiting on mommy and daddy helps me keep moving. If I could have done anything about it, I would have done everything possible to help my babies live. God knows what is best for me and my babies and he has let me know that he wants them in his home. So I know I have to do everything possible to make it to heaven so I can be with them and hold them and tell them how much mommy and daddy loves them.

  • Cindy by Cindy, Belgium
  • 7 years ago

The last year I lost 3 babies... The first two times it was in the first trimester... one at 6 weeks and one at 9 weeks... but recently, at 04 December of this year I lost a baby girl when I was 21 weeks pregnant... it's so hard, unfair... you feel hopeless, lost, alone, angry... It makes you wish that you could just turn things around...

  • Maria by Maria, Boise Idaho
  • 8 years ago

Your poem touched home for me, my husband and I got married in November 2011, we had a miscarriage on September 12, 2011, at 17 weeks. Exactly 7 months later I was pregnant, and exactly on July 12th 2012, at 17 weeks and 4 days I miscarried again, the pain that we feel when our loss is so tremendous it really changes you for the worst and I admire that you are able to sit down and put the love onto paper.

  • Jaqueline by Jaqueline, Georgia
  • 8 years ago

I had a miscarriage when I was 16 years old and I'm only 19 right now. I had about a week till my due date :,( when they told me about this terrible news. I wish I could have done something to prevent it. It's the worst thing that could ever happened to someone. I wasn't ready for a child but I do know I would of took care of my daughter with the best I could. And till this day is still hard as it can be.

  • Cassie by Cassie, Indiana
  • 8 years ago

My husband and I tried 3 years to have a child. I had 2 ectopic pregnancies. It was so heart breaking! Seeing all the teenage knock ups who don't want the child, or the parents who don't deserve them; makes me sick. My husband and I have good jobs and lots of love to give and have no baby to share it with.

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