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  1. Long, Long Summer Day

    A Mother's Grief

    With angels on this summer day,
    you never woke; you slipped away.

    Now day just dims into the night.

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    Linda, You ask me how I go on, I wish I could tell you. I'm exactly where you are. I feel no peace in my son Chris's passing, Chris was long into recovery he was on a low dose antidepressant...

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  3. 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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    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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  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. 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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    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.

  7. 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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  8. 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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  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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    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. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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    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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