Miscarriage Poems - Page 2

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  1. Angel In Heaven

    We were so excited to meet you,
    And be a family of four.
    You were to be our second baby,
    Who we would cherish and adore.

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  3. 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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    Your poem truly touched my heart. I am 19, and I have lost three babies. One when I was 18 and two this year. I was six weeks along with all three. I was scared but so excited when I found...

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  4. 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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    I am 17 and was pregnant 3 years ago. I was young and came from an abusive family. I was scared of telling anyone, because my parents might beat me. I was 40 pounds underweight, and I was the...

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  6. The Missing Piece

    • By Kylie Ann
    • Published: April 2014
    Pain Of A Lost Pregnancy

    Your first Christmas came without you.
    You're the unopened secret screams.

    We carry you in our broken hearts all day

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    • Rating 4.39
  7. I'm Waiting For You

    • By Emily B. Judisch
    • Published: May 27, 2019
    Difficulty After A Miscarriage

    At one time, I thought you were near,
    A feeling so abundantly strong and clear.
    Inside me you grew and grew,
    I was impatient waiting for you.

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  8. My Angel Baby

    • By Claire
    • Published: April 2015
    Poem About Coping With Miscarriage

    I will never get to hold you
    To keep you warm and safe

    Never see your eyes twinkle

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    My boyfriend and I also had a miscarriage about 6 months ago and I am still in pain over our loss. I am 15 as well, and so reading this poem touched me very dearly. This poem is beautiful and...

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  10. My Baby In Heaven

    • By Jenna
    • Published: March 2015

    My baby's in heaven,
    but that's okay.
    There she'll be safe
    every second of every single day.

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  11. Two Angels In The Sky

    • By Wendy Damilowski
    • Published: September 2011
    How To Grieve After A Miscarriage

    Twinkle, twinkle
    Big bright star

    My precious babies

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    I have lost two babies. The first I was 21 weeks and it was a boy. That was in 2011. I got pregnant the first of this year. We just lost it at 15 weeks. It is the most horrible thing you ever...

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  12. Our Precious Baby

    • By David W. Hewitt
    • Published: March 2016
    Poem About The Loss Of An Unborn Baby

    As you lied so helpless in the womb,
    We patiently awaited your day of bloom.
    A boy, a girl, we had not a clue,
    We'd love no matter what, and this we knew.

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  13. All I Can Think Of

    • By Kim Watins
    • Published: October 2013
    Poem About Thinking Of What Could Have Been

    Why when you can't have something, is it all you can think of?
    The mothers to-be with bumps,
    Babies in prams,
    Toddlers with their smiles and tantrums,

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    I lost my first child on Sunday by a miscarriage! I cry and cry but I don't seem to be getting anywhere. At first I was scared to tell my boyfriend but then I suddenly realized it wasn't just...

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