Catherine Lamberton

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    Poems by Catherine Lamberton

  • Nothing To Fear

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    • Posted on 06/15/22
    Healing Your Inner Child

    in Growth Poems

    You poor little girl,
    You never grew up.
    Trapped in this vessel
    Your feelings erupt.

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    • Votes 10
    • Rating 3.70
  • Unclear

    • Published: May 2020
    Feeling Lost And Unsure Of Who You Are

    in Mental Illness Poems

    Never knowing,
    Always seeking
    happiness and approval,
    even the words I am speaking.

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    • Stories 1
    • Shares 101
    • Favorited 19
    • Votes 26
    • Rating 4.35
    Featured Shared Story

    For those who are unfamiliar with mental illness in all its varied forms, this is a good place to start sharing Catherine, as it's no longer a marginal disease. My son introduced me 20 years...

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  • Pieces Forever Missing

    • Published: September 2017
    Dealing With Death Years Later

    in Sister Death Poems

    Four years have now passed,
    my hearts still not whole.
    Pieces forever missing,
    with your death, they were stolen.

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    • Shares 300
    • Favorited 10
    • Votes 73
    • Rating 4.29
  • If Only You Could Have Stayed

    • Published: March 2011

    in Sister Death Poems

    Constantly thinking,
    never to be the same.
    The tears fall quickly
    just hearing your name.

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    • Stories 56
    • Shares 6637
    • Favorited 93
    • Votes 2717
    • Rating 4.57
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    My beloved sister, my friend, just died 3 days ago of a sudden heart attack. I still have a hard time believing the reality of it that it took me few days to even able to cry or grieve...

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