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  1. God's Angel

    • By Melissa Tucker
    • Published: August 2011

    How do I say this
    And where do I start
    Everything hurts
    Especially my heart

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    I had a missed miscarriage at 8 weeks pregnant, something I had never heard of but was told is more common than we think. I ache with every inch and hurt with every bone. People say in time...

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  3. Tears Of Sorrow

    • By Elizabeth M. M. King
    • Published: February 2006



    In Loving memory of Monica J. King
    ...

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  4. Dear Little Howie

    • By Sharon Henry
    • Published: May 2009
    A Poem For A Memorial Scrapbook

    Your Dad is your angel
    gone to Heaven above.
    His wings now surround you
    with protection and love....

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    My daddy passed away aged 15 years just two days before I was born (13th July 1996) so I never got to see him or get to know him, but I know he'll be proud of me after coming out bi-sexual...

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  6. When Will We Be Together Again?

    • By Dee
    • Published: April 2009
    Poem About Looking Forward To Being Reunited With Mom

    Someday soon, I'll once again feel the softness of your skin.
    I'll see your beautiful brown eyes, again someday soon.
    The sound of your voice will be like music to my ears,
    as will the words I long to hear.

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    The poem is really relatable. I lost both my parents and my elder brother when I was just three years old. Their absence in my life still hurts, but I know that they are out there somewhere,...

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  7. Stolen Child

    • By Alexis Noble
    • Published: January 2008

    The day they came to steal you, Grace, from my loving arms,
    Was the worst day of my life,
    To see you crying, and holding out your arms,
    Will live with me forever.

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  8. Grandpa

    The other day I lost you
    How will I ever make it through?

    I had to watch you be in all that pain.

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  10. A Letter For My Pop

    • By Sarah A Keech
    • Published: April 2009

    Poppy,
    I don't know what to say or how to feel.
    I'm just so lost...I miss you so much, I can't put it into words.
    You were such a strong person, a rock in my life.

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  11. Cassidy

    • By Danny Blackburn
    • Published: July 2011
    My Niece

    Does just seeing me come your way make you smile?
    Have I ever done something silly, something that made you laugh?
    Does the sound of my voice give you joy?
    Does the touch of my hand give you warmth in your heart?

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  12. A Farewell

    Flow down, cold rivulet, to the sea,
    Thy tribute wave deliver:
    No more by thee my steps shall be,
    For ever and for ever.

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  13. Sister-In-Law Guardian Angel

    I close my eyes
    I shut them tight,
    In hopes that when I open them
    you'll be here to tell me

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