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  1. My Mother

    • By Carol Bodenham
    • Published: October 2015
    Poem About Seeing Mother In The Sky

    Look up to the sky.
    Now tell me what you see.
    A cloud, the moon, possibly the sun.
    Many answers there will be.

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    I lost my mum 3 years ago (that's more than I thought). I was just 11. When I see magpies (the bird), I always think of her turning around, smiling, saluting, and saying, "Good morning,...

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  3. 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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  4. Although You're Gone

    • By Shannon Walker
    • Published: August 2015
    Poem About Love Making A Loss Easier

    Although you're gone, I'm not alone,
    And never shall I be,
    For the precious memories of the bond we shared
    Will never depart from me.

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    I hope and pray that you are doing fine. I feel your pain, and instead of getting better, the love for my Mami keeps getting stronger. I'm missing her so much. My mom passed January 2, 2018....

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  6. I Remember You

    • By Anne P. House
    • Published: May 2018
    Remembering And Missing Mom

    A moment passed, an hour, a day,
    But still the pain didn't go away.
    A week, a month, and then a year,
    Yet the loneliness didn't disappear.

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    I lost my mom from cancer about 10 month ago, but the pain is still with me.

  7. 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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  8. The Unhealing Wound

    • By Leah
    • Published: June 2008
    Wound Of Losing A Mother Poem

    There is this wound; it hurts so bad.
    It always appears when I am sad.
    No matter what I do, it won't go away.
    It's in my heart where it will always stay.

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    Sherry,
    Today is the one year anniversary of my own mother's passing - Sept 20. I read your note. I feel your pain. No one is like our mother!! We have so many memories that bind us to her....

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  10. Mother Last Day

    I held her hand as she silently whispered her goodbye
    A last breath as I watched her die
    Her skin swollen-battered and bruised
    By all the things that they felt they needed to use...

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    On April 18, 2017 my mom was called to be with our Lord. It was early Tuesday morning when I arrived at the hospital to relieve my sister from the overnight vigil. I said goodbye to my sister...

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  11. 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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  12. My Mom's Shoes

    Dealing With The Loss Of Your Mom

    Dear Mama, walking and thinking of my childhood days,
    waves of memories crashing in, as I hit replay.
    You're in every scene, appearing with the morning light.
    I can talk to you, even though you're far from my sight.

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    My mother, my angel, I miss her every day. The pain never leaves my heart. She passed away July 8, 2002, and there has been an emptiness in my everyday life. A part of me is gone, and my life...

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  13. 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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