Aunt Poem

When An Aunt Dies

To My Dearest Aunt Connie. May you know we all miss you so much! I Love You Always....

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This is a very comforting poem. My dear Aunt Hermelinda passed away from breast cancer at the age of 51. She was such a beautiful person. She was fun and easy to talk to. I wish I could hug...

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Until That Day

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Published: September 2007

Until that day I'll think of you,
the love we shared, the memories too.

Until that day I'll think of you,
I'll try so hard in all I do.

Until that day I'll find out why,
you had to leave with no "goodbye".

Until that day this is so,
your family misses you, more than you'll know.

Until that day You'll be with him,
your God, your Savior, and new best friend.

Until that day I see you there,
you're in my heart, you're everywhere.

Until that day.

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  • by Tiffany
  • 10 months ago

This is a very comforting poem. My dear Aunt Hermelinda passed away from breast cancer at the age of 51. She was such a beautiful person. She was fun and easy to talk to. I wish I could hug and kiss her just one more time. I was only 10 when she moved in with my uncle. Now I'm 22, and I'm so glad God let me be in her life. She was a devoted wife and an awesome mother. If I had to describe my tia in a few words, it would be generous, a people's person, perseverance. and initiative. Man, she was very much a go-getter. I miss you so much.

  • by Alaina Adair
  • 1 year ago

My aunt was killed in a bicycle accident just a few days ago. I was looking for a poem that would really put into words how I was feeling. This poem did just that...

  • by Cobble Spring
  • 3 years ago

Until that day I'll think about you, the love we shared, the memories too...

  • by Nephew, West Edmeston
  • 4 years ago

This poem brings out the emotion of losing your loved one in the snap of a finger. We are left with no goodbyes, no reasons, just memories. Heartfelt and magical! Thank you.

  • by Teresa, Mo
  • 6 years ago

I read this poem and the first two people I thought of was my sister Felecia S that I lost May 2011 And my Oldest sister Tammy lost Aug 30, 2011. I love and miss you so much.

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