Mother Death Poem

I lost my mom in 2000 from this deadly disease of Cancer, and I refuse to let anyone else go through their battle; feeling as though nobody cares about them. Every person in this world who is curently battling, or who has lost their battle is in my thoughts and prayers.

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I lost my mother July 27, 2002 to cancer. It was the worst thing I have ever seen or gone through. Anyone with this horrible disease or by the side of someone battling, my heart and prayers...

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I'm Still Here

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Published: October 2010

"I'm still here, waiting for your notice.
I never left you, you have to know this.

I've seen you tell my story over and over again;
my legacy that I have left for you to spread.
I've heard the lines over and over again;
they're forever pressed into the depths of my head.

I have seen you laugh and I have felt your tears;
your hopes, your dreams, even your rage, and your fears.

Still, you know what you have to do;
keep my memory and legacy living.
Someone out there still needs you;
love, strength, and support to them you will be giving.

Do not worry about me, for I am doing great up here.
Though it's hard to fathom my mortality being lost,
you can always be assured, Son, I'm still here."

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  • Stacey by Stacey
  • 4 years ago

I lost my mother July 27, 2002 to cancer. It was the worst thing I have ever seen or gone through. Anyone with this horrible disease or by the side of someone battling, my heart and prayers go out to you. Its been 13 years and not a day goes by that I don't want my mama back and my children their nana.

  • Layla by Layla, Sydney
  • 6 years ago

I love this.
My mother passed away when I was 4 years old. I miss her so much there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of her and how wonderfull she was. I miss her very much, and knowing that I'm not alone and other people are going through similar situations and dealing well, is helping.
This poem touched me, I know how you feel and what you have gone through.

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