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  1. 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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  3. Once

    • By Destiny Kendall
    • Published: November 2007
    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...

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    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

  4. Our Hearts Will Always Touch

    When I lay there beside you,
    Could you feel me there?
    My arms were wrapped around you,
    And I was stroking your hair.

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    My mother got cancer when I was 8. She survived and was in remission for a year, but when I was 12 she was diagnosed with cancer again. This time we all knew she would die, when she told us I...

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  6. A Daughter's Promise

    • By Allie B. Quaglieri
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem From Daughter To Departed Mother

    Every time I smile,
    Every time I sigh,
    I think of your face,
    And a tear escapes my eye.

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    Losing a mother is a very painful experience. It may get easier with time, but some days I just break down and cry because things would have been so different if she were present. My mom...

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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. 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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  12. Memories Of Mom

    • By Melissa M. Robinson
    • Published: February 2006

    Though it's been years now
    since you were taken away,
    the memories are still strong,
    and I wish you were here today.

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    Today the 21st of July, 2019 marks 10 years since I lost my mom in a ghastly motor accident. It has been a rough ride for my siblings, my dad and I. She left us when we needed her the most....

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  13. 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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