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  1. 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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    My 32-year-old son, my only child, was killed in a motorcycle accident 7 months ago. As sad as I am to find myself without him for the rest of my life, I am greateful that he had a chance to...

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  3. 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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    • Rating 4.34
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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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  4. Michael

    • By Bobbie J. Ripple
    • Published: February 2006
    Short Prayer Poem Of Comfort For A Child's Death

    Bless us Lord
    As we pray
    You took our
    Little boy home today...

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    I lost my 24-year-old son to a heroin overdose on August 11, 2018. He passed away in our home and his father and I found him. John was not just another junkie to us either. John had issues,...

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  6. Jeremy

    • By Tracy
    • Published: February 2008
    Son Drowned Poem

    Summer days and school plays,
    Nature walks and little talks.
    Sports and games, it's all the same,
    Could pass for "PRO" at anything....

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    • Rating 4.30
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    I couldn't help but to point out the similarities in our circumstances. Our son, Jeremy, drowned on September 28th, 2013. Being our first born, it seemed like he was a professional at...

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  7. Loss

    Poem About Loss Of A Son And A Mother's Grief

    It makes no sense,
    not in the normal cycle of life.
    "A child should never in death
    precede the parents," they tell me.

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    I lost my precious son and best friend 11 months ago. I don't know how much longer I can take the pain. It was sudden and a week after his 46th birthday. My only child. I miss your beautiful...

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  8. David, We Miss You!

    Poem About Son's Death Touching The Lives Of Others

    Picture

    In your life you touched so many.
    In your death many lives were changed.
    You were an amazing young man.
    Without you here, our lives will never be the same.

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    ...Our boys had become two very amazing people in the short time they had here on this planet. And I guess, they have been called upon for higher purposes. I am grateful for my part in my...

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  10. Always Remembered Never Forgotten

    • By Amy
    • Published: December 2007

    He passed away last Friday night
    His death took us by surprise
    Never again will we see him smile
    Or look into his eyes...

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    • Rating 4.22
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    I lost my son this Friday 22nd of August. He was born on 7th of July. I had only six week. He was fine on 21st and even on 22nd morning, it happened just suddenly he couldn't breath well I...

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  11. My Beautiful Baby Boy

    • By Haley Manns
    • Published: January 2009
    Poem About Death Of Infant Son

    I loved him dearly
    More and more every second he was with me
    I held him so gently
    Then tears began to pour...

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    Me and my husband lost our son on April 28th 2010, he was only four days old. I miss him everyday and it's been almost five years.

  12. The Handing Over

    • By Lisa Willhite
    • Published: May 2010

    I stand before a vision so dreadful
    knees weakened and shoulders, oh so weighted
    re-living life, becoming regretful
    for I questioned what God had since fated...

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    My son Brian, I miss you every day, I wish so bad you could of stayed for just one more day. I will forever love you. I wish I could of gotten the chance to tell you that I love you and I...

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  13. My Little Damien

    • By Courtney
    • Published: January 2009
    Death From SIDS Poem

    My name is Courtney M. I'm 16 year's old.
    Everyone told me I was young, too, young.
    I know I was but I was ready
    for my son Damien James M. ...

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    I feel for you. I know how this feels; to have your son die in your arms. It's not easy and not something that you'll ever forget.

    My son, Damian James-Stone died in my arms when he was...

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