Ilona M. Blake

    Poems by Ilona M. Blake

  • God Bless You Little One

    • pending
    • Posted on 05/29/18
    Celebrating A Christening

    in Baby Poems

    A baby is a gift, a blessing that makes our lives worthwhile,
    As they complete us, give us purpose and always manage to make us smile

    Their cuddles, snuggles and soft kisses can brighten up any day,

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    • Rating 3.75
  • Recipe For Happily Ever After

    • Published: February 16, 2018
    Poem For A Friend On Her Wedding Day

    in Wedding Poems

    Today will be perfect
    In every single way,
    A beautiful fairytale
    For your wedding day.

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    • Rating 4.56
  • Precious Boy

    • pending
    • Posted on 10/23/16
    Loss Of A Child

    in In Memory Poems

    I'd like to offer my condolences
    With a poem I'd like to share,
    To all those suffering in this difficult time,
    I say a little prayer.

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    • Rating 4.00
  • Let There Be Love

    • Published: October 2016
    Love As The Driving Force In A Marriage

    in Wedding Poems

    The two of you have gathered
    At this beautiful church today.
    You've invited all of your family and friends
    To celebrate your wedding day.

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    • Votes 46
    • Rating 4.07
  • Daddy's Little Angel

    • Published: October 2016
    You Mean The World To Us

    in Baby Death Poems

    Tiny angel, baby girl
    Spread your wings and fly.
    God picked you as his special angel,
    Up there in the sky.

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    • Rating 4.13
    Featured Shared Story

    I am 21 and my partner is 22. Our baby girl, Eliza, at 16 weeks, was diagnosed with severe spina bifida. We had to make the tragic decision of a termination. We often wonder what she would...

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