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  1. A Letter To Brian

    • By Carol Cooper
    • Published: September 2016
    Never Forget Your Child

    Dear Brian,

    Can you see me when I cry?
    Do you know when I will die?

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    • Rating 4.51
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  3. In Time

    • By Pam J. Pastirik
    • Published: May 2016
    Poem About Wanting Time To Heal Wounds

    Time cannot erase the sorrow and pain that I feel,
    Nor can it make things better
    Or force my heart to heal.

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    I lost my son Jeremy on May 24, 2016. He was 28 years old...he was on his motorcycle when a woman pulled out in front of him and killed him. This poem is exactly how I feel about the loss of...

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  4. Life Goes On

    Poem About Life Continuing After Death Of Son

    It's true what they say, when a child is born,
    a mother's heart is no longer her own,
    It runs and skips and giggles and grins,
    And crawls in her lap, for a kiss on the chin,

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    My heart reaches out to you. I lost my youngest son, Shawn in December of 2013. He would have turned 30 this coming August 9th. Tears fall as I write this, it never gets easier. I talk to...

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  6. All I Know Is

    • By Tina Pielstick
    • Published: December 2010
    Bereaved Mother And Grandparent Poem

    All I know is.... I will always miss my Nick and long for him.
    All I know is.... one minute I'm together and the next I'm falling apart.
    All I know is.... my heart hurts all the time and it has never felt whole since the day he died.
    All I know is.... the tears won't stop filling up my eyes, soaking my pillows or staining my face. ...

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    • Rating 4.49
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    I just lost my son TJ. He was 22. He suffered from mental health also and self-medicated. He hung himself, and I found him and cut him down. I did everything possible to save my son. He was...

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  7. Jonathan's Krakatoa

    • By Paul J. O'Brien
    • Published: April 2018
    My Son Committed Suicide From Depression

    I was a lonely island with rough seas all about,
    No airstrip to let people in and no harbor from which to get out.
    Storms pounded my shores and crops failed on my land.
    A broken boat with no oars, no escape could be planned.

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    • Rating 4.48
  8. Just Baby Sitting

    • By Savannah Denvir
    • Published: January 2008
    Poem Asking God To Care For Son In Heaven

    Dear God,
    This is just a little letter for you, because we have an agreement.
    You are to babysit my little boy for us until we come to see him,
    I only ask these few things from you,...

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    • Votes 364
    • Rating 4.45
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    I lost my son on the very same day :( my heart goes out to you, my boy was born at 24 weeks and lived 3 months. His name is Nikolai Stephen Valentine.

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  10. A Life Lost

    • By Charles Vince
    • Published: August 2012
    Poem Recalling Night Of Son's Death

    Our Son isn't home, where could he be.
    It's after midnight, and the doorbell rings.
    Who could be calling, he has a key.
    A man in uniform, we see him through the glass....

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    • Rating 4.44
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    My son, Les, passed away on October 2, 2000, and I will never stop missing him. I know he is in the room of angels. His Dad left December 27, 2001, which I have accepted, I think, but I miss...

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  11. Here I Stand

    • By Shannon Foreman
    • Published: October 2013
    Poem From A Grieving Mother

    Here I stand the fourth year at your grave,
    Still trying to accept the decision God made.
    I drive myself crazy for a hint or a clue,
    Of why at nineteen He had to take you....

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    I'm sorry for your loss, and I know exactly how you feel. Someone took my son's life on June 5, 2014, for five dollars. I also am tired of hearing all that stuff. I just want my son back. He...

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  12. Kenn

    • By Carolyn
    • Published: March 2008
    Death Of Only Child Poem

    I know that my son has passed away
    But I will love him until my dying day.
    So please listen to my memories every now and then
    Family and friends, please allow me to talk about Kenn....

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    • Rating 4.38
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    I lost my son Jason 7-27-17 at 3:54 am. He was 32. He was my only child. I know your pain. I too don't have a god to pray to as I don't believe in God, heaven or hell. I think there may be...

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  13. My Green-Eyed Soldier Boy

    • By Angela D. Ebanks
    • Published: January 2017
    My 23 Year Old Son Died In A Crash

    Cherubic cheeked, an explosion of curls
    Even as a toddler, you had all the girls
    Milk teeth so perfect, like tiny white pearls -
    My green-eyed soldier boy.

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    I'm still hear, Mama. Can you hear my voice? I love you. I'm just resting on the resort God gave me. I'm a strong man. I'm not scared. God gives the strong one a plan. I love you, Mama, and I...

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