"I'm still here, waiting for your notice.
I never left you, you have to know this.
I've seen you tell my story over and over again; ...
Mother Death Poems - Page 6
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"I'm still here, waiting for your notice.Featured Shared Story
I lost my mother July 27, 2002 to cancer. It was the worst thing I have ever seen or gone through. Anyone with this horrible disease or by the side of someone battling, my heart and prayers...
If I Had One More Day With You
I feel I should have listened closer
To what you had to say.
I promise to you that I would
If I could have just one more day.Featured Shared Story
I know how you feel. I lost my biological mom to cancer that started off as cervical cancer and then spread to her brain. I was taken away from her at the age of 2 months and got visitation...
Sleep Mama sleep,
It's time to go to sleep.
So close your eyes...Featured Shared Story
My mom passed on Sept 16th 2015 from dementia. This poem touched me because when she started to shut down the day before she passed, I told her not to be afraid and close her eyes and go to...
It's been three years since you have gone.
Will I ever gain the strength to carry on?
Life is so cold and lonely.Featured Shared Story
Very nicely written expressing the feelings of a young girl facing the future without a mother's love, guidance, and protection.
Poem Thanking Mother For Her Comfort
When God choose you to be my Mom
I was honored and blessed
Mom, you loved unconditionally
You were never too busy to console me,Featured Shared Story
My mom passed on October 25th from aggressive lymphoma. I'm a nurse and had been with lots of people in their last moments, but this was the hardest thing I've ever done. I was searching this...
Sweet And Wonderful Mother
It has been a year that we lost you
But it seems like a lot longer today.
I miss your sweet, shy smile and
Your kind, loving ways....Featured Shared Story
It has only been a few days, but I feel broken. I lost you to cancer. Though I knew you were sick, I had hope and faith. I hoped you would get better. In fact, I believed you'd get better. My...
Waiting for that day,
when Mommy shows her smile.
If only for a moment,
if only for a while....Featured Shared Story
My mom was diagnosed with the same in 2006 and she just passed away Thursday morning. I totally understand the pain and hurt, and I most definitely loved your poem.
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