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    Poems by Lisa Hart

  • Dance Again

    • Published: March 2014
    Comfort After Dreaming Of Son Who Passed

    in Son Death Poems

    I see a waltz frozen in time,
    dancing and spinning, spinning and dancing.
    My ear pressed up against his chest,
    I hear his heartbeat over and over again.

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    I, too, lost my son in a horrible car wreck on January 30, 2016. His niece was driving and his girlfriend was in the back seat. My son was in the passenger's seat. Car was t-boned on my son's...

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  • Long Goodbyes

    • Published: March 2014
    Inspirational Poem About Alzheimer's

    in Aging Poems

    Nancy Reagan once said: "Alzheimer's is just another word for a long goodbye" Doctor's told us that Alzheimer's is a horrible disease that strips you of your dignity and pride. Nurses told us that some go back to their childhood and some act like they're five. And we have all said: "We love her so much" but she has changed, she's just not the same.

    You see the doctors were wrong, you could never take away our mother's dignity or pride. Did she loose her dignity by asking us to bathe her, dress her, love and care for her? I say no, because she did all those things and more for us.
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    My dear grandma, Doris, left us in January. She left an awful heartache in our hearts. She let an impression on me and all my family. She was a beautiful woman with a heart of gold. Friendly...

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  • Lisa Hart
  • 5 years ago

Thank you so much for your poem from all us Mothers who has lost a child. My Son was 32 when he passed away on Christmas Eve 2009. I have written a poem on here as well, called Dance again. Life does go on, doesn't it? But life will never be the same, will it?

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