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....
Mother Death Poems - Page 7
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Sweet And Wonderful Mother
It has been a year that we lost youFeatured 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...
Honored In Heaven
I want to know if you can hear me
I talk to you all the time
To tell you how I am, how I am feeling
I want you to know that I am fine...Featured Shared Story
My mom lost her battle with what started as breast cancer in 2006 on December 8, 2010. She went for treatment after treatment never giving up hope. She was a miracle within herself. She is...
Short Poem From A Child About A Mother's Death
Once I had a mother who was very good to me and anytime I was bad she sat me on her knee.
One night as I lay sleeping upon my mothers bed
An angel came down from heaven to say my mama was dead
I woke up to see that it was true and this broke my heart in two so listen all you children and do as you are told...Featured Shared Story
I'm so sorry for your loss, sweet Lucy. I pray God has wrapped you in his loving arms and held you tight through your times of grief. Prayers for you, sweetie! -Jennifer
A mother's love
Is a gift from above
That is a wonderful treasureFeatured Shared Story
I was so touched by the poem because I lost my mom to ovarian cancer in January 2013, when I was 12 1/2. I am now 17 years of age, and it is not easy. I miss my mom so much, and I wish that...
Pleading With God To Let Mom Live
Dear Mama, I love you so.
I need you here; I can't let go.
Your laugh, your smile is such a treat.
You're the very best mama; you can't be beat.Featured Shared Story
I know a mother is very important in one's life. I, too, love my mom very much. By reading this poem my eyes become full of tears. I knew the poet's feelings. Thank You.
I go to sleep thinking of you.
When appearing is a dream come true.
The memory allows me to know you're still here,Featured Shared Story
My mother passed away two months ago on November 4th, 2016. She was an RN for 45 years and knew a lot about cancer. She opted out of having chemo due to her knowledge and witnessing the...
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