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  1. A Mother's True Price

    • By Timothy J. Letts
    • Published: July 2011
    Poem About Always Remembering

    A single tear rolls down her cheek as she remembers.
    Every thought and every memory, she remembers.
    She sees his face, she feels his soul, she remembers.
    She feels the pain, she lays in vain as she remembers.

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  3. Heaven Only Knows

    • By Khyle Snowden
    • Published: March 2011

    I send your family my condolences during your time of grief
    May God bless your souls,
    You may be wondering why did he have to go
    But only God and Heaven knows...

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  4. You Broke Apart

    • By Nandi Roberts
    • Published: October 2010
    Poem About Friend Losing A Brother

    The one who just showed anger
    No fear, no hurt
    The one who never seemed to care

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  6. The Loss Of A Loved One

    • By Kenya. H
    • Published: February 2010

    The loss of a loved one is so hard to face.
    You just want to hide,
    go somewhere and escape!
    But death is something

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    I know what you're going though. I lost my stepdad 3 months ago to cancer. The doctors told us he was too sick for chemo. We were not close either, yet I put my life on hold, moved back home...

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  7. Still Here

    • By Stephen Hamer
    • Published: February 2010

    Remember them like they're still here
    Even though they are not
    They have gone to a better place
    Somewhere we are not...

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    I lost my younger brother 5 years ago, and still can't get over the loss. We were very close to one another, and shared all our joys and sorrows with each other. He died very suddenly, and at...

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  8. Please Don't Cry

    Poem About Loved One's Spirit Being Near


    Please, don't cry.
    I'm not really gone.
    When you look out the window,
    I'll be standing on the lawn.

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    This is helping take way the pain. My daughter’s father, my ex-husband and my grandson's grandfather did on Sept. 14, 2016 after 2 weeks in hospice, and on Sept. 23, 2016 he was buried after...

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  10. Ode To Caylee

    • By Edward
    • Published: September 2008
    Poem About The Loss Of An Innocent Girl

    Ode to Caylee
    Although I've never met Caylee Anthony face to face
    I pray she is in a warm safe place
    Such a sweet and innocent little girl

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    I have been keeping up with thiis I was looking for a poem for my husband to have read for his mom passed away. Is was so touching I wish they could read it on tv.

  11. Finally Home

    Poem About Finishing Work On Earth

    Although your work on earth is done,
    Your life in heaven has just begun.
    Your struggles here were hard and long,
    But they're over now; you're finally home.

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    I was raised mostly by my Grandmother, my Dads Mom and even though its been yrs. Since her passing I miss and think of her every single day. We were very close when I was growing up. She...

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