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  1. 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

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  3. We Love You Mom

    • By Montana
    • Published: January 2008

    Your kids are growing up now,
    trying to do what would make you proud,
    it's been almost two years now,
    but yet we still sit here in disbelief,...

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    Your poem reminds me of my mother who passed away 3 months ago. Raising us as a single parent and us becoming so close to her has made her departure so sad. The house is very quite. I jump...

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  4. I Wait

    • By Hayley Rose Chandler
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About Waiting For Mom

    I still wait for you to call
    I wait to hear you laugh at something so small
    I wait to see that beautiful, long, thick, wavy hair
    I wait to hear one of those stories that you would share

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    • Rating 4.23
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  6. 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
  7. Today Is Your Birthday

    • By Mirandottie
    • Published: September 2011

    Today is your birthday
    If only you were here to stay
    To have a big celebration
    Yet it's pain over a relation...

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    My mother.
    You were always sick. But you always fought and got better soon. Until on that unfortunate valentine's day. I came running home to you with a heart breaking problem, when I...

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  8. The Light

    • By Andrena Bain
    • Published: May 8, 2020
    A Strong And Courageous Woman

    She had strength beyond strength
    And faith beyond faith.
    She had nothing, yet would give you everything.

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  10. Queen Of Queens

    • By Ernest Mwandumbya
    • Published: July 2016
    Poem Comparing Mom To A Kind Ruler

    The sun that poured wisdom brightened our days,
    The moon that shone overnight straightened our ways.
    Queen of queens, innocent soul purely hearted,
    A heroine in our lives has departed.

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  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. A Mother's Blessing

    Mother Asking Children To Enjoy Life After Her Passing

    If and when that tomorrow may come and I am gone,
    You have my blessing to cherish life and carry on.

    If you must cry for me, cry only for a little while,

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  13. 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.

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