Mother Death Poems - Page 7

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  1. 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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    • Rating 4.15
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  3. 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.

  4. Mom's Poem

    • By Ansley L
    • Published: October 2016
    I Will Not Forget You

    I was only three
    When you were taken away from me.
    If only you could see
    You meant the world to me.

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    • Rating 4.30
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    My Beautiful Mom My Rock My Heart My Soul My Hero My Strength My best friend My Confidant My Everything My beautiful mom (my rock, my heart, my soul, my hero, my strength, my best friend, my...

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  6. Memory

    • By Alexa
    • Published: January 2017

    I go to sleep thinking of you.
    When appearing is a dream come true.

    The memory allows me to know you're still here,

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    • Rating 4.04
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    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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  7. A Mother's Love

    • By Claudia M. Piticaru
    • Published: April 2017

    A mother's love
    Is a gift from above

    That is a wonderful treasure

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    • Rating 4.18
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    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...

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  8. 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 4.25
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  10. 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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    • Rating 4.08
  11. Regret

    • By Liz Vu
    • Published: March 2017
    Dealing With Regrets After Mom Died

    I know
    This day will soon happen.
    I know
    God will take you away.

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    • Rating 3.50
  12. Dear Mama

    • By Rebecca Pruett
    • Published: January 2017
    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.

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    • Rating 3.68
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    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.

  13. For My Mama

    In Loving Memory Of My Mama

    You had a
    heart of gold
    and a
    beautiful soul.

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    • Rating 4.60

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