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  1. 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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    My mother died 16 years ago, and now I am 22 years old. To me, it's like she's gone now. Every time it hurts so bad the way mothers treat their kids and you see things you never had. It's...

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  3. 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.

  4. An Angel We Lost

    • By Jennifer
    • Published: October 2011
    Loss Of Mother Poem

    February 1st 2005
    was the most heartbreaking day of all,
    in the early hours of the morning
    we got a dreadful call....

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    My mom, Ozell Washington, was born May 23, 1924 and died March 7, 2018 at the age of 93. She had 4 sons and 1 daughter, me. I'm the youngest. My mom and dad were hard working, truly good...

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  6. Never Spoken

    The days turn to night
    And nights back to days
    Over and over again..
    The world around seems different in many ways.....

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    I'm so sorry you lost your mother Natalie. This poem hit so close to home with me as well. I never had a great relationship with my mother, but all in all I loved her unconditionally....

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  7. Just One More Chance

    • By Judy Emery
    • Published: January 2017
    I Wish I Could Do It Differently

    If I could go back in time
    Just to say what is on my mind,
    I would let you see my tears fall,
    Not just once but all the time.

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    • Rating 4.27
  8. Getting You Ready, Mum

    • By R K. Johal
    • Published: January 2016
    Poem About Getting Mother Ready For Her Funeral

    Today we go to wash your body
    And comb your beautiful hair.
    I will hug and kiss you, Mummy,
    Whilst wondering life so unfair.

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    • Rating 4.37
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  10. Shinning Star

    • By Alex
    • Published: June 2008
    To My Loving Sister-In Law

    when you walk into the night
    take the time to sit and rest
    I am the star up in the sky
    look closely now and I will shine...

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    • Rating 4.21
  11. I'm Still Here

    • By Kyle W. Butler
    • Published: October 2010

    "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; ...

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    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...

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  12. They Say Time's A Healer

    • By Dominique Ellen Banham
    • Published: October 2016

    It's been three years since you have gone.
    Will I ever gain the strength to carry on?

    Life is so cold and lonely.

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    Very nicely written expressing the feelings of a young girl facing the future without a mother's love, guidance, and protection.

  13. Sleep Mama Sleep

    • By Marilyn Haan
    • Published: March 2011

    Sleep Mama sleep,
    It's time to go to sleep.

    So close your eyes...

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    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...

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