Mother Death Poems - Page 2

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  1. I'm Here

    Poem About Mom Being A Guardian Angel

    Sleep now, my angel, and rest your eyes.
    Mommy must say her last goodbyes.
    Please don't be sad, and please don't cry.
    Mommy will give you the wings to fly.

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    My loving mother, always there with your arms open, no matter what. A face that always smiled. Two eyes that would light up the sky at night, until that one battle you could not fight. The...

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  3. You Mattered To Me

    Poem About The Love A Daughter Has For Her Mother

    You lived your life thinking that no one cared.
    You thought you were all alone, your heart feeling tattered.
    I am here to tell you that you were wrong
    'Cause you see - Mom - to me you mattered.

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    My mum, Linda, was just a few short months away from her 70th (September 2018) birthday when she got the diagnosis that she had incurable, inoperable pancreatic cancer, and the week before...

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  4. Roses For Mama

    First Mother's Day Without Mom

    Lord, are there roses in your garden
    On the shores of jubilee
    Would you pick a dozen of your best
    And deliver them for me?

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    Thank you for this poem. My mom went home to be with the Lord 12 years ago, and it still feels like just yesterday. This poem means so much to me. One cannot forget their mother. Happy...

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  6. 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.

  7. 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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  8. Remembrance

    • By Laura M. Phipps-Kelley
    • Published: February 2006
    Remembering Mom Poem

    Picture

    Mother,
    as I walk through the journey of life,
    I remember.

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    I am so sorry for all of our losses. I lost my momma on August 5, 2014 at 11:22am, and her funeral was on my birthday, August 16. My father was struggling with Alzheimer's. Both of my...

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  10. No Goodbyes

    Last Moments With My Mom

    Oh Father, can you hear me?
    I'm sending a prayer your way,
    I'm clutching hard to my faith, as mom taught me,
    As she draws closer to you each day.

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    This poem was right on point, as if you were writing most of it just for me. My mother passed away Feb. 2, 2018; she was 87 as well. She had metastatic breast cancer, and she was a strong...

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  11. I Love You Forever

    • By Hiral P. Patel
    • Published: February 2006

    To my mom

    Mom you mean the world to me
    It's hard to live without you...

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    Mother, how I miss you. You were and will always be my best friend. You left me only months ago, but yet it feels like forever. You stood by my side through thick and thin. You are still my...

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  12. Your Mother, Your Angel

    Death Of Sister In Law Poem

    You look back on memories you forgot you had,
    And at times you'll smile even though it hurts so bad.

    Your mother is a special woman and no one can take her place,...

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    I'm sorry you lost your sister in law. l just lost my aunt who died of cancer. she was like a mother, father, role of mom, sis, bro and friends. A big lost for me and also her children. ...

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  13. Last Fight

    • By Lorna Ferguson
    • Published: March 2011
    Deceased Mother Poem

    A face that is always on my mind,
    A smile I have seen a million times.
    Two eyes that would light up the sky at night,
    One last battle you could not fight.

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    I loved your poem soo much. I lost my mom to cancer on December 27, 2015. It's been 13 months without her. The pain is unbearable. It's killing me every moment. I want to talk to her. Want to...

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