Adoption Poems - Page 3

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  1. Chosen

    • By Tracy Garner
    • Published: February 2015
    Poem Of Gratitude Toward Biological Mother

    I may not be the one chosen to stay,
    I may always be the one that you gave away.
    But under your heart, I grew and I grew,
    All I ever wanted to be was a blessing to you.

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  3. Who Are We?

    Growing Up Adopted

    My mother was adopted.
    All the records tightly sealed.
    Now all she has are questions,
    Like wounds that never healed.

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    For some of us, meeting our parents saved our lives. I'm sorry things got hard. It is definitely hard to look at yourself and wonder where your nose, eyes, etc. came from. It's difficult to...

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  4. Happy Birthday Baby Girl

    • By Brandi Burnette
    • Published: September 2011
    From Birth Mother

    18 years ago was the first time that we met
    I held you in my arms so tight as I gently wept
    I'll never forget the day that you were born
    I've held onto those memories for so long.....

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    This poem speaks to my heart. Word for word my feelings every year on my daughters birthday. Tomorrow she will turn 22. I still pray every day that God will lead her back to me. Thank you for...

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  6. My Choice

    • By Becki C
    • Published: July 2015
    Poem About Taking Time With Child Before Adoption

    The first time I looked into your eyes I cried.
    You looked at me, knowing who I was,
    Falling asleep because you knew you were safe.
    I held you close as much as I could, knowing who you were

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  7. Wonder

    • By Klaudia
    • Published: December 2013
    Poem About Relationship With Adopted Parents

    You don't understand!
    Nobody ever does!
    You treat a dog better than me,
    And you wonder why I always sit in my room with the door shut....

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    Brianna, before you know it you will be grown. You will be moving out to start a life of your own. Just finish school. Get good grades. Try to make close friends. Don't ever be afraid to...

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  8. Lost In This World

    Lost in this world
    Nowhere to go, no place to hide
    Big open field, so long and so wide.
    ...

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  10. When Hope Is Given

    • By Sheila T. Williams
    • Published: July 2010

    Picture

    You gave me hope to smile
    it dried my weeping eyes.
    You gave me hope to trust again,
    through your love you showed me how....

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    I have been adopted since I was five and My family just recently took in my best friend because his foster dad did not want him anymore. God has blessed us much, because he is the best big...

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  11. Mirror Image

    • By Christy Metzler
    • Published: September 2011
    Birth Mother Poem

    As I watched you dance tonight
    Upon that lighted stage
    I realized what you've become
    My eyes can see so clearly...

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  12. Raelyn's Poem

    • By Leah L. Cole
    • Published: July 2016
    Poem From Teen Mother Missing Child

    Writing you is a lot harder than I thought,
    Because when I start I always seem to fall apart.

    I hate not seeing you or even having you near,

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  13. From The Love Of A Grandmother

    • By Sandy Mesquita
    • Published: September 2017

    From the moment I knew of you, so many emotions filled my mind.
    This wasn't supposed to happen, not right now; I cried.

    My love for you began to grow, which makes this so very hard.

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