Missing You Poems

Missing You Poems

I Miss You Poems

Our lives are so busy and sometimes we live so far from our families. We miss the relationships with our families and often we do not even share important life events with them. We need to move back towards our families. If not in actual distance then at least we must move closer in our hearts. We live in a time where there are unprecedented communication possibilities. No one will ever love us unconditionally like our family can. We'd be fools not to take advantage of this opportunity.

Poems about Missing a Mom or Dad

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  1. I Miss You

    Losing A Loved One

    I still miss you
    As the weeks and years go by.

    I still miss you

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    Brother John, though it must hurt so much that you and the love of your life had to part, keep this thought in your heart, the day will come when you and your wife will meet in heaven and...

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  3. The Ole Porch Swing

    Loving And Losing A Grandmother

    Swinging on the porch swing early in the night,
    Listening to crickets and watching fireflies light.
    I loved to sit beside her and listen to her sing.
    We could sit for hours on the ole porch swing.

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    I was touched by this poem as it made me take a trip down the memory lane. I had lived some beautiful years of my childhood with my great granny. She was extremely gentle and loving. She...

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  4. Lonely For Mom

    • By Stephanie
    • Published: August 2008

    There was one a person who made me feel safe,
    held my hand when I began to fall from grace.

    This person was my mother; she's the one I miss.

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    I haven't stopped sobbing since my beautiful, sweet, daughter (barely 50) passed away almost 2 weeks ago. I was calling her (she lived in Sacramento; I live in Idaho.) And she kept saying,...

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  6. Three Empty Chairs

    Remembering Lost Loved Ones At Christmas

    There are now three empty chairs at the Christmas table.
    It's a time I find difficult, even unable

    To find joy on this family day.

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    • Rating 4.44
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  7. A Loving Dad

    • By Patricia M. Green
    • Published: February 2006

    I wish I had my dad by my side.
    Just thinking of him makes me cry.
    Never being able to get to know him
    Hurts me inside everyday that goes by.

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    • Rating 4.55
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    I was 2 years old when I was taken from my parents. I was 8 years old when I lost my dad. He was 50 when he passed away from cancer. I hardly knew my dad. This poem is sad, but it's like my...

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  8. My Mother

    • By Renea E. Wilhelm
    • Published: February 2006
    All Things I Never Said

    I fall down on my knees and begin to cry.
    For I never wanted you to leave my side.
    I wanted you to be by my side forever and ever.
    And I wanted to leave your side, never.

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    Beautiful poem.
    I lost my mom 13 years ago, a month before my wedding day.
    I wish I could turn back the hands of time. Just to say to her.. '' I LOVE U''

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  10. My Sorrow

    • By Jamie R. Anderson
    • Published: February 2006

    It's been two months now.
    I've locked all my pain inside.
    Only I see what you have done to me.
    I am cautious and aware.

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    My mom left me 7 years ago and my dad left me 13 years ago. I saw him again 7 years ago but only for a few months. I love them but hate them. I miss them but never wanna see them again. I was...

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  11. I Miss My Mother

    I miss your voice that used to softly sing my special lullaby.
    I miss your hands that used to hold me when I was scared.
    I miss your eyes that would bring me to ease each time I stared into them.
    I miss your nicknames you gave me when I would act bad.

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    This poem reminds me of my dearest mom. My mom left me this day in 2007. It's 10 years now, but my eyes well up whenever I think of her. It takes your entire lifetime to get over the loss of...

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  12. Lost Daughters

    • By Andrew Bannister
    • Published: March 2010
    Poem From Father Missing Daughters After Divorce

    I am a dad who is too sad to say
    My two little girls have been taken away.

    Their mother wanted to take them far from me.

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    Hi, my daughter went to live in another state after a messy divorce. Due to an injury, I wasn't able to keep in touch like I wanted. Now she has 5 beautiful children I never get to see. I...

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  13. His Poem

    Letter To Missing Dad From Baby Daughter

    If you saw me on the street
    would you stop and talk to me
    or would you look right past me,
    a stranger you didn't see?...

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    • Rating 4.54
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    It's terrible when a mom or dad leaves, but I think you did a great job writing this poem.

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