Sue Morton

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    Poems by Sue Morton

  • Clausterphobia

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    • Posted on 02/20/09

    in Creative Poems

    Clausterphobia

    This room is so small, it feel like it will cave in.
    The light doesn't help for it is real dim....

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  • Should Have Been 31 Weeks Today

    • Published: February 2009

    in Baby Death Poems

    Most days it's just easier
    to smile and say I'm ok.
    Instead of telling people,
    what I really want to say....

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    Featured Shared Story

    As i sit here reading this with tears falling down my face it's as if every word is my story. It doesn't matter how long ago or how recent we have lost a child, the pain will always remain....

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  • Hills & Valleys

    • Published: February 2009

    in Baby Death Poems

    The hills, the valleys
    and the bends.
    Going up and down each day,
    wondering if my heart will mend....

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    • Rating 4.30
  • Four Words

    • Published: February 2009

    in Baby Death Poems

    Despair.
    falling deeper & deeper each day.
    wondering what else I'll lose
    and wondering if it'll go away....

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    • Rating 4.37
    Featured Shared Story

    On 8-2-2012 I lost my baby girl. She was stillborn, was so heart broken, got to hold my baby for couple hours then they took her. I did not want to let go of her but I know I have to. Was 28...

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  • Sue Morton
  • 9 years ago

Although I've never been in a treatment centre for addiction, I have had a problem with alcohol and can totally relate to this poem. Great way with words. Keep up the great work.

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  • Sue Morton
  • 10 years ago

I lost my mum June 2007 and wish I still could see her hands - but this poem is beautifully written, and tells the story of how a mother's hands help us all throughout life - very glad to have read it.

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