Linda Harrison

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    Poems by Linda Harrison

  • Marriage

    • Published: April 28, 2019
    Marriage Acrostic Poem

    in Love Poems about Marriage

    M is for Making a future that will last.
    A is for Accepting both the present and the past.
    R is for Respect for each other every day.
    R is for Remembering those special things to say.

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    • Rating 3.83
  • Our Special Mum

    • Published: November 2017
    A Poem For My Mum's Funeral

    in Funeral Poems

    There's so much to say, many memories to share
    About a wonderful mum who did nothing but care.
    Not just for us but all those she knew,
    Her genuine kindness would always shine through.

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    • Rating 4.58
    Featured Shared Story

    My mother had a double stroke in 2010 after hearing she lost her mother. Since then, my mother had a brain hemorrhage. My mother was paralyzed from the stroke, but on Thursday my mother...

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  • Wedding Verse

    • Published: June 2017
    Rhyming Wedding Poem

    in Wedding Poems

    The time has come to stand side by side
    The Groom in his glory, his beautiful Bride.
    They've waited so long for this moment in time
    To take their vows and say, "Will you be mine?"

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    • Rating 4.52
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  • A Forgotten Life

    • Published: August 2014
    Poem About A Loved One Suffering With Dementia

    in Sickness Poems

    She resides in a home, sits in a chair,
    Nothing to bother her, make her worry or care.
    Caretakers to help her wash and dress,
    Doing all that they can not to cause her distress.

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    • Rating 4.46
    Featured Shared Story

    Hello. I can so relate to what you have said. and of course more than what you have said. My Dad got dementia when he was 83. He wouldn't accept that he needed help and I would take weeks...

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