Grief Poems - Page 2

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  1. Who You'd Be

    The Pain Of Losing A Son And The Regrets We Live With

    My days are filled with thoughts of you
    and of the babies you'd have by now too.
    I wonder if they would have your smile,
    your ornery laugh or charismatic style.

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  3. I Measure Every Grief I Meet

    I measure every Grief I meet
    With narrow, probing, eyes –
    I wonder if It weighs like Mine –
    Or has an Easier size.

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  4. A Lost Family Tree

    • By Moneisha S. Madden
    • Published: February 2006

    Sometimes I crawl
    Into my skin
    To lose myself
    From the world...

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    wow I can't believe this is still up here I wrote this many years ago. I'm so glad that my words continue to touch people. Thanks for all the comments and support. More poems coming soon.

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  6. I'm So Alone After Mom Died

    • By Theola
    • Published: December 2007

    I'm so alone, it's so dark.....
    When is the sun going to shine again?

    The sky is dark, my world is grey.......

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    Theola, and all who visit here, My Mom died when I was 12. I'm 49 now and your words, and poem here, are touching as it touched my heart and soul explaining how I felt and still do at times...

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  7. I Feel My Heart Breaking

    • By Sandee Foxten
    • Published: October 2009

    I feel your arms
    wrapped around me so tight,
    I feel your body,
    snuggled next to mine ...

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    My son Paul contacted Leukemia when he was 40 years old, the specialist told him how long he would live for and told him he wouldn't reach 50 years of age.
    He had all the treatment of Chemo...

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  8. Missing You

    • By Daljia Cummings
    • Published: February 2010

    I sit and think of you then I start to cry.
    I miss you so much why did you half to die?
    The only thing that I can hear is a deep scream inside my ear.
    My head is pounding so much now a days. ...

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    My daddy passed and I miss him. My story is my dad has left many times. During my younger days as well as my adulthood. My peace is with God not my dad. So I can really relate. This poem is...

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  10. Mom, I Need You Here

    • By Margot M. Towner
    • Published: February 2006

    Mom, can you here my cry for you, can you feel the need I hold, the desperate need to talk to you.

    I know you had to go, for it must have been better for you there than here.
    I just don't know how to live without you here....

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    Dearest Mom...she used to hold me when I cried, and always knew when I lied. Watching her decline from better to worse. Once the estranged daughter, then transitioning to her full time nurse....

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  11. When You Got Sick

    • By Abby M. Gamez
    • Published: February 2006

    When you got sick,
    I thought it was the flu.
    You went to lie down,
    With me thinking there was nothing wrong with you....

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  12. I'm Here For You

    • By Meljo
    • Published: October 2009

    I feel your sadness
    Oh how can I take away your tears
    You are truly one incredible mother
    Who's been through so much in all those years...

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  13. For Mom

    • By Christy M. Walker
    • Published: February 2006
    He Left His Mark On Hearts

    An innocent face, a victim's child
    Once a father, now just a memory mild
    He left his mark here in hearts
    Now some scarred for life, Others have just fallen apart...

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