Death Moving On Poem

Dealing With The Loss Of A Loved One

This poem is for the ones who lost someone important to them. This is how I felt when I lost my great-grandmother a while back. It wasn't raining the day she died, but to me, everything was falling apart like raindrops. I was angry at everyone and everything, feeling like lightning and thunder. Yet, I felt like that lightning and thunder was needed to show them how much they meant to me. So every time I watch the rain, it reminds me of her, and it calms me.

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Watch The Rain

Mikki Jenks ©

Published: April 2018

If you are hurting,
In pain,
Empty in any way,
Watch the rain.

It might seem silly,
Or even a little weird.
It really helps,
So watch the rain.

It shows
That God is crying with you,
That you are not alone,
So watch the rain.

The one you lost
Is up there,
Crying too,
So watch the rain.

They know you miss them,
And they miss you too.
They know their absence
Is hurting you,
So watch the rain.

It's a way to say
Their last goodbyes,
The words they never got to say,
So watch the rain.

Each lightning strike,
Each blast of thunder,
Is them
Telling you to
Watch the rain.

Saying with every drop
That they are happy and safe,
That you should live freely,
So watch the rain.

They will always remember,
As you remember too,
Your time together,
So always watch the rain.



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