Miscarriage Poems - Page 2

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  1. Angel In Heaven

    We Never Got To Meet You

    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. 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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  4. 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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  6. 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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    • Rating 4.36
  7. 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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  8. A Mother's Goodbye

    Sadness And Healing After Loss Of An Unborn Baby

    I only had you for a little while.
    I was never able to see your smiles,
    Yet I thank God for the little time we had,
    Even though when you left, I was sad.

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    I am sorry for her loss. Yes, I do hope this helped!

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  10. 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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    • Rating 4.28
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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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  11. 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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    • Rating 4.26
  12. What Ifs

    • By Stef Smith
    • Published: September 16, 2020
    Poem About Loss Of Twin Pregnancy

    Two faint lines,
    A few days late.
    Excitement is an understatement,
    Couldn't wait to save the date.

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    I feel your pain. For 20 weeks I carried my baby, I was over the danger period to have a miscarriage. I was so excited to be having my first scan, and to see you for the first time. The scan...

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  13. 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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    My eldest son came with his arm held high to the sky. His identical twin brother came with him, modest and his hand holding his mamma's thigh. They were born a miracle at 23 weeks gestation....

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