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    Poems by Pauline Faller

  • Special Friend

    • Published: March 1, 2024

    in Life Long Friend Poems

    This verse is but a token
    to express just how I feel
    for showing me a friendship
    that's solid, true and real.

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    • Rating 4.57
  • Home From The War

    • Published: February 1, 2024

    in War Poems

    Here's a friendly little greeting
    Just to welcome you back home,
    You serve your country admirably
    As so far and wide you roam.

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    • Votes 8
    • Rating 3.50
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    Hello Pauline,
    You've penned a caring and heartfelt poem. I'm very
    touched by it. My very best wishes for the contest.

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  • Winter Time

    • Published: January 1, 2024

    in Christmas Poems

    Winter time is here again, the trees are all but bare
    It's time to don the scarves and boots, & warmer things to wear.
    Bikinis, shorts and summer tops, have all been packed away
    They won't see the light again, till next year's summer's day.

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    • Rating 3.60
  • Our Mum

    I Wrote this poem as a way for our family to remember her when she passed away in November 2020.

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    • Posted on 11/29/23

    in Mother Death Poems

    This verse was written just for mum
    It is to celebrate her life
    She was a very special mother
    A loving grandma and a wife.

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    • Votes 7
    • Rating 4.86
  • My Husband

    I was diagnosed with cancer last November, I had surgery and radiotherapy for weeks after. whilst having my treatment, my husband was taken ill with stomach problems, he was subsequently admitted to hospital where they operated on him, that's when they found out that he also had cancer. I was lucky as I recovered and am now in remission. my husband was told his was inoperable and they gave him three months to live. we had been together for forty years. I am now trying to get my life together.

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    • Posted on 11/12/20

    in Husband Death Poems

    It was seven lonely months ago
    that you said your last goodbye,
    the angels took you in their arms
    and I was left alone to cry.

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    • Rating 4.71
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  • Pauline Faller
  • 3 years ago

I lost my husband seven months ago after forty years of marriage. Until you have been through this difficult experience yourself, you cannot understand the pain. This poem explains it all, the lost feeling when you lose your loved one. No one tells you how to live with the loneliness. I have found that writing poetry has become a life saver for me. I'm fairly new to this, but I really am enjoying it.

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