Deborah Robinson


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    Poems by Deborah Robinson

  • Passing Time

    • Published: November 2019

    in Son Death Poems

    I close the door on yet another day.
    It's been over eight years now since you went away.
    It now seems like forever since I last saw your face.
    Time ticks on at a startlingly pace.


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    Today would have been my son's 35th birthday. We had just lost my little sister suddenly on Nov 7, 2018. After her funeral, I flew to Norfolk, VA, to spend Thanksgiving with my daughter. I...

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  • Birthday Wishes To My Son In Heaven

    • Published: January 2019

    in In Memory Poems

    If I could have one wish in life,
    That wish would have to be
    That God would take away my pain
    And send you back to me.


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    I am a mother and a grandmother. The Bible teaches us that no sin is greater than another because of forgiveness. I believe the same with sorrow. None greater or less than another. It's in...

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  • For The Need Of You

    • Published: February 2016

    in Son Death Poems

    I need you to touch,
    I need you to see,
    I need you so much,
    I need you with me.


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    He had just found the meaning of what life should be. A son of his own on the way when he taken from me. As a mother of others, I am not alone, but there's a place in my heart that only he...

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  • A Picture Of You

    • Published: February 2011

    in Son Death Poems

    I only have a picture now,
    A frozen piece of time,
    To remind me of how it was
    When you were here and mine.


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    I do understand that words cannot fill the void or pain you are feeling. I understand the daze of not knowing if you're in a dream. All I can say is time will heal the haze, time will slowly...

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  • Deborah Robinson
  • 11 years ago

I have just read this poem and it really puts into words everything I am feeling after the loss of my son 6 months ago. Does the ache every go away? And will the tears every stop?
Part of me hopes it never will. I too find comfort in expressing my feelings in poems, and I have put mine on this website as well.

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