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  1. My Mom's Shoes

    Dealing With The Loss Of Your Mom

    Dear Mama, walking and thinking of my childhood days,
    waves of memories crashing in, as I hit replay.
    You're in every scene, appearing with the morning light.
    I can talk to you, even though you're far from my sight.

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    My mother, my angel, I miss her every day. The pain never leaves my heart. She passed away July 8, 2002, and there has been an emptiness in my everyday life. A part of me is gone, and my life...

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  3. Remembering My Mother

    Grieving And Healing With Memories

    My Mother seems so far away from me,
    On that beautiful white shore across the sea.
    Yet I remember love's soft glow upon her face,
    And the feel of her touch and tender embrace.

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    My mother also had COPD. She smoked most of her life But she started, back when they didn't know that smoking wasn't good for you. Eventually in the 1960s information came out...

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  4. Dear Mom I Miss You

    • By Jenifer Felice
    • Published: April 2011

    Mom,
    The day you died I kissed your face four times.
    After you died I held you close to me.
    I knew it would be the last time I held you for the rest of my life.

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    Hi, I lost my mum, my heart, on the 27th of June 2016. She battled breast cancer for 16 long years, which also lead to the removal of her uterus.The day she passed, I wanted the world to end....

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  6. I Wasn't Ready To Let You Go

    • By Dollie Wilson
    • Published: December 2007
    Mother Dies In Car Crash

    I wasn't ready to let you go.
    Even though I'm told that it was your time.
    I can't get that through my mind.
    I wasn't ready to let you go....

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    Thank you for sharing. I lost my beautiful mom about 48 hours ago in a horrific head-on collision. I don't know if the tears will ever stop. I don't know that the pain will ever end. I just...

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  7. A Dream So Real

    • By Arnold R. Salazar
    • Published: February 2006
    Deceased Mother Visits in a Dream Poem

    I glance at a dimly lit room.
    I enter and see your face.
    First, I wonder, 'Where is this place?'
    All questions are quickly tossed aside...

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    I am a 30 year old mother of 2. Well.. 3.. I lost my mother last Feb to breast cancer. Which somehow spread to her liver and lungs.. On top of 5 tumors in her brain.. I didn't have the best...

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  8. Thank You, Mother

    • By Nicole J. Heath
    • Published: February 2006

    Thank you, Mother, for all that you have done.
    You took great care of your daughters and sons.

    You loved us all from the very start

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    I lost my mother just a little over a week ago. This poem described my feelings for her exactly. I miss her so much! Thank you for this beautiful poem.

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  10. Sleep Mommy

    • By Kimberli A. Hardiman
    • Published: February 2006
    Rest In Peace Mom Poem

    Sweet smile on your face as you sleep the pain away,
    Resting in God's arms now, although in the ground your body lay.
    He needed another angel in the Heavenly choir and that's why you had to go.
    As you promised, you are still with us watching your children here below....

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    My mom is 83 and is in hospice. I feel your pain. I thank God I still have her, but I know he will take her from me soon. I don't want her to be afraid. That is what upsets me the most. Is...

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  11. Memories

    • By Kimi
    • Published: July 2011

    Years of agony, so distraught, grieving with true pain,
    Another sharp corner and I'm screaming your name.

    I hate how time passes, not one comforting word,...

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    Your poem brought me to tears. Beautifully written. I lost my mother 3 years ago this past January to melanoma. She was my everything. She was my best friend. I don't think my heart will ever...

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  12. My Angel, My Muse

    • By Christy Hughes
    • Published: February 2006

    Deep in the night when you lie in your bed
    wondering at shadows up over your head
    and you pull those soft white sheets to your eyes
    do you whisper to God and ask Him why?...

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    I just wanted to say that your story touched my heart like you would not believe. I miss my mom still so much and she passed away in 1993 but it feels like yesterday. My mom also died from...

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  13. Love and Miss You Mum

    • By Courtney Linde
    • Published: May 2011

    In my arms I held you tight
    Through the hardest part of life
    In my heart the memories clear
    Of the greatest mum I love so dear...

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    Just want to tell my mum I love her and am missing her every minute of the day. I lost my mum when I was 15. Now I am 31. I still want to see her face and give her a hug and see if she's okay.

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