Miscarriage Poems

Poems about Pregnancy Loss

One of life's most painful losses is that of an unborn child. Miscarriages cause a pain that is unfamiliar to most and understood by few. Parents feel a strong and natural love for their unborn child and to lose their little one to death before they ever had a chance at life can seem unfair, cruel even. Parents are left to wonder what might have been and a pair of empty arms can seem emptier than ever before. Faced with such a terrible situation parents should remember that it is normal, necessary, and healthy to grieve.

Poems for Coping with Miscarriage Loss

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  1. Still

    • By Jenna L. Alfrey
    • Published: April 8, 2017
    Suffering After A Miscarriage

    My body is still birthing,
    But nothing is to show.
    The little life that was to be
    Left my body days ago.

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    • Votes 55
    • Rating 4.76
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  3. Miscarriage

    Sympathy Poem For Miscarriage

    What we call miscarriage,
    Is hard to understand,
    but God calls special babies
    back with Him in Heaven's land....

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    • Rating 4.58
  4. An Unfinished Life

    Poem Not Understanding Why Son Was Taken

    I'm sitting here mystified and numbed with pain
    To lose someone so close, yet so far away.
    Some say you can't lose something you never had.
    If that's true, then how can I feel this sad?

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    • Votes 402
    • Rating 4.57
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  6. Long To See Your Sweet Face

    • By Kim Perry
    • Published: January 2012

    Two pink lines, we knew it was true,
    Sooner than later we would meet you.
    I yelled for your Daddy, and smiled just so,
    He stood there in shock and a glorious glow.

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    • Stories 5
    • Emailed 7
    • Favorited 5
    • Votes 192
    • Rating 4.56
  7. Teenage Miscarriage

    • By Danielle
    • Published: June 2009
    Poem About Losing Triplets

    They say that time's a great healer
    But I don't think that's true.
    My heart's been aching so, so much
    Since the day that I lost you.

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    • Emailed 4
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    • Votes 372
    • Rating 4.51
  8. A Letter To My Unborn Child

    • By Kaitlyn
    • Published: January 2011

    So quickly you came into our lives,
    So quickly torn away.
    Never got the chance to meet you,
    There's so much I want to say.

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    • Votes 807
    • Rating 4.50
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  10. For Our Angel

    • By Lisa
    • Published: March 2012
    From The Parents

    We don't want to cry anymore
    But the pain won't go away
    Our hearts are torn in two
    Because our baby couldn't stay

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    • Stories 8
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    • Votes 195
    • Rating 4.49
  11. I Did Not Expect This

    • By Carola
    • Published: July 2010

    This is natural, they say
    It is all for the best
    I cannot move past this heartache
    This pain in my chest

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    • Votes 331
    • Rating 4.46
  12. I Am Here

    • By Stacey Jo Rumberger
    • Published: July 2012
    Poem For The Loss Of A Baby

    Please don't cry, I am here
    just look around, I am very near
    I am the prettiest butterfly
    exploring the day...

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    • Stories 3
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    • Favorited 4
    • Votes 239
    • Rating 4.46
  13. A Dedication To Your Unborn Child

    • By R.E.S.
    • Published: November 2007

    You went into the office
    expecting the great news,
    that your baby was secure,
    growing in your womb.

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    • Emailed 17
    • Favorited 8
    • Votes 573
    • Rating 4.45

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