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Poem Details | by Susan Ashley |
Categories: angel, april, bereavement, heaven, love, mother daughter, snow,

Your Sacred Soul Still Calms And Comforts Me

Ave-Maria hymns lift you in flight to Heaven’s gate apt angel does ascend and follows lantern's light predawn of night on star-dust wings for spirit a Godsend. On April morn in skies of blue as you besprinkled crystals from your seraph’s wings, by mourning noon soft snowfall does ensue a smoothing swaddle soothing harmed heartstrings. In diamond-dusted frosted filigree so sparkles soulful kisses you bestow for scintillant reflective reverie your glistened gift you send in silvern snow. Beloved mother, sainted entity you hush my cries with snow’s serenity. Susan Ashley December 8, 2017

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Kinch |
Categories: angel, baby, bereavement, heaven, loss, love, mother daughter,


O-n this Easter day God took you up to heaven.
L-ong days and nights followed, especially for your mummy who misses you with an
I-tensity that only a mother can. A
V-acant hole in her heart, forever longing for you.
I-nvisible threads of love will always bind you together, you are mummy's
A-ngel, who is always with her.

Remembering my niece Olivia who left this world twenty two years ago, aged three months.

Poem Details | by Aishwarya vr |
Categories: death, fear, grief, mother daughter,


I say farewell to you
because I never knew
my time would come soon
like the waning of the moon
your eyes filled with tears,
your hands holding mine,
I feel the love and pain
for years it had only been in vain
because I will be gone for once and all.
but you always wanted me by your side
as the girl whom you loved the most.
'O mother' do not weep!
and 'O mother' do not curse!
My day has come, it's time to part
bless me for the afterlife.
Though I die now, 
I live forever in your heart!

Poem Details | by Sandra Adams |
Categories: death, father daughter, mother daughter,

Heaven kissed me

this night
i sit immersed 
in my thoughts

and alone

the moon rises
across the sky

the stars glisten
then tuck themselves in
darkened clouds

i recall
hands that tucked me in
beneath covers
that seemed to shield
my childhood fears

i was afraid of the dark
and death alike
but sought comfort
in your arms

no longer afraid
of dark or death
as i became to realize
both are real
and there is 
no escape

i feel the wind
brush against me
as the sky
lets out a tear
and it mingles
with my own
upon my cheek

i look towards the sky
see your hands
as they blow kisses
from heaven
towards me
and i find comfort
one more time

Poem Details | by JULIE LINDSEY |
Categories: eulogy, funeral, grief, i love you, meaningful, memorial, mother, mother daughter, mum, relationship, sometimes, tribute,


Sometimes you made me laugh,
Sometimes you made me cry.
Sometimes I made you laugh,
Sometimes I made you cry.

Sometimes you made me angry,
Sometimes you made me happy.
Sometimes I made you angry,
Sometimes I made you happy.

Sometimes you made me proud,
Sometimes you made me despair.
Sometimes I made you proud,
Sometimes I made you despair.

Sometimes you made me giggle,
Sometimes you made me embarrassed.
Sometimes I made you giggle,
Sometimes I made you embarrassed.

Sometimes, sometimes, sometimes.
Good times and bad times,
But always, always, always you've loved me
And always , always, always I've loved you.

You've always been my Mum and will be ….always.

Poem Details | by Jessica L. Sparks |
Categories: grief, i love you, missing you, mother daughter,

My Mom My Angel

I look up high and see a bright star,
That must be my angel  
Yes shes a star,
Mom I bet , its so beautiful living 
In a castle up in the sky,
My mommy is an angel ,
I wish I could see her fly,
when sum days are hard ,

And reality sets in ,
I breakdown and cry ,
then I see a sparkle and really 
my eye
Thats when it all made sense ,
I got comfort , from the bright star 
way up high
Thats my mommy , shes an angel , 
sitting on the sky
The brightest star,
I love u mom , and think of u no 
matter how far
U are ....
I can c u watching down on me , 
Where ever u are...

In loving memory of my mom 
Pamela Sullivan -Sheets

Poem Details | by Cheryl Chandler |
Categories: celebration, death, death of a friend, dedication, mother, mother daughter, mothers day,

Memorial Tribute

Mother you,
Mother you so beautiful your are.
Mother you,
Sweet mother you are to me precious.
Mother you, Mother you are,
Mother you are the world to me.
Mother your gracious, Mother you are.
Mother you have always been my super star.
Mother you, Mother you are.
Mother you are now resting in the arms of Jesus.
Mother you I miss you so very much.
Mother you are my mommy, Oh how I love you so very much.
Mother how much in sorrow I am left in this world without you.
Mother you, mother you are to me.
Mommie you are, my mother you are. 
Mother I will always love you.
My Mother,
Peggy Ann Chandler.
You are you.

God Bless You
I will always miss
and love you.

Poem Details | by Colin James Platt |
Categories: animal, cat, eulogy, fun, love, mother daughter, mystery,

My Cat

My cat is so lovable she really makes me humble
She loves to play and cuddle and roll around and tumble
She can look into my soul with those oh so seeing eyes
What does she feel as she licks and cleans her daughter?
I can only say its love, what else?
I watch her as she sleeps, I can see that she dreams
I know she is a soul, just like you and me 
Please keep in mind this simple token
That we are all part of God and the chain cannot be broken       

Poem Details | by Lilith Rodriguez |
Categories: abuse, caregiving, dad, death, family, mother daughter, parents,

Temporary Home

They’ve traveled from one house to another.  
Some may say they’re strong enough to go on 
Without a woman to call their mother. 
Attachment is pointless, soon to be gone.  
Another house that will never be home.  
Little children crying themselves to sleep,
wondering where they will be next to roam. 
All they can do is to hope and to weep. 

Will they love me enough now, I wonder.
Shall I go away or shall I stay here?
At night, I can still hear the loud thunder
of his footsteps drawing so very near. 

Though I may never find my one true home,
For love, I’ve found- I’m no longer alone.

Poem Details | by Valerie Staton |
Categories: death, grief, mother daughter, sad,


By Valerie D. Staton

My mind swims with thoughts of yesterday...
a day of unrelenting anguish and fist pounding sorrow
a day never to be forgotten
a day never to be relived again...

a day my heart, like a vase hurled against a granite wall,
shattered into a million pieces...

the day mother closed her eyes for the very last time

Poem Details | by Susan Gentry |
Categories: blessing, grief, miss you, mother daughter, religion,

Mother's Love

reach for phone daily 
eyes tear because you passed on 
memories bring peace within 
mother's love a constant gift

Tell Us About Your Mom Contest sponsored by Judy Konos
1st Place

Poem Details | by Cindi Rockwell |
Categories: daughter, death, depression, heart, mother, mother daughter,


My daughter was raped.
He penetrated my heart.
We're both dead inside.

Poem Details | by Louis Nathaniel |
Categories: death, deep, goodbye, hello, mom, mother daughter, obituary,

A Visit From Mother

My mother comes to visit me
I always look forward to what will be.
Leaves of red and brown, as it is fall
Her presence here makes me feel small.

I know she loves me, for that is true
“I’ve come to have a talk with you.”
She tells me dad is doing well,
I know she’s happy, I can tell.

She then asks me how I have been
I respond to her with a wide grin.
She talks about my uncle too,
“He always says he misses you.”

She says that she’s been working hard
Taking care of the house, and also the yard.
Silence echoes as leaves fall from the sky
Now it is time to say goodbye.

I call out to her and ask for her to stay
But she lays flowers on my grave and walks away.

Poem Details | by Susan Gentry |
Categories: flower, grave, grief, i miss you, lost, mother daughter,

Missing Mom

Flowers placed on grave

showing attempts to connect

lost without my mom

Written 2015
Placed 10th in SKAT Flower Contest Theme sponsored by SKAT A

Poem Details | by brandi foote |
Categories: death, memory, miss you, mother, mother daughter,

To My Mother RIP

We've had our differences, we've had our fights,
Now you're gone, yet I’m doin alright.
A month and ten days it'll be four years,
I miss you mom, and I wish you were here.
It was crazy times and a war,
But I still wish you were here and we'd party at the bar.
I think of you often and miss your voice,
But it's not like we had any other choice.
One day we shall meet again,
And who knows... Maybe next time we could be friends.

Love you. R.I.P. Teresa Marie Reese (8/13/1964-8/18/2009)

Poem Details | by Rebecca Huxley |
Categories: absence, grief, longing, love hurts, mother daughter, prison,

Home Alone

Are you coming home?
Home to me, 
Home to where you said you would be. 
Are you coming home? 
Home to me, 
Home is the place where you left me. 
Are you coming home? 
Home to me, 
Home is the place where you said we’d both be free. 

Are you coming home? 
Home to me, 
Home to where you said you would be. 
Are you coming home? 
Home to me, 
Home is the place where you said we’d both be free. 
Are you coming home? 
Home to me, 
Home is the place where you left me.

Poem Details | by Andrei Manzon |
Categories: cancer, cheer up, death, family, farewell, mother, mother daughter,


To the woman I look up to, 
To the rock that shielded me,
I will eternally thank you
For giving me this life with glee. 

To the woman that smiled away her pain, 
To the sword that slashed through my own, 
I will live on with all that I've gained 
From following the strength that you've shown. 

To the woman that promised life, 
To the light that has stopped shining, 
It's time to rest and end this strife,
Your restful passing a sorrowful silver lining. 

I will live on with your memory, 
I will live on for you, 
I will live on with your bravery, 
I will live on with no rue.

Poem Details | by Christopher Meyer |
Categories: addiction, baby, conflict, death, future, horror, mother daughter,

Toy Soldiers

Send em to war
Send they love
Send they worries
Send they hearts
Send them away to never come back

Families left behind
Little lilly misses her father
She has a dream
Daddy's pushin a swing

Ma? When does daddy come home?
The curtain closes
Daddys gone baby girl
How could this be?

Ma stop crying
Daddys gone
Daddys gone

Ma, who is going to teach me....
Come on lilly, the birds are singin
Daddy was a toy soldier
Whats a toy soldier ma?

In time baby girl, in time 

Poem Details | by Kaitlyn Krenik |
Categories: death, grief, loss, missing you, mom, mother daughter,

The Brightest Star

 I always thought
 you would be there to help me

 shop for a prom dress,
 get ready for graduation,
 plan my wedding,
  or raise my own children.

So, now that you're gone,

I look up at the stars.
I realize you are
The brightest star

 and you're still always there
 to guide me.

Poem Details | by Sarah Heath |
Categories: bereavement, death, grandmother, grief, mother daughter, peace, river,

My River Friend

Nearby my friend the river flows
Today, for me, in sorrow…slows
She looks to see my empty chair
For I no longer will be there.

Tears roll down the river's face
As this was such a happy place
So many came to stay a while
Always leaving with a smile

The clearest pictures in her waters
Show reflections of my daughters
As children of their children followed
More and more of life I borrowed

Eighteen hearts which came from mine
I hope forever intertwine
For I am now the river breeze
To carry our joint memories

Peaceful in my last repose
I wonder where the river goes?
The river and her constancy
Will now remind you all of me.

Poem Details | by Johanne Deschamps |
Categories: bereavement, i miss you, love, mom, mother daughter, mothers day, remember,

Mother's Day

I thought of you this morning Ma, as I do most every day.
I miss the crazy things you did, your laughter and your way.

Your sunny disposition, your optimistic light.
Remembering the songs you used to sing to us at night....zzzz

And now I must, "Get on with it", as you would like to say.
Just had to say I Love You, because it's Mothers Day.

By Johanne R. Deschamps

Poem Details | by Bobbie Jo Price |
Categories: age, childhood, death, growing up, mom, mother daughter, pain,

Mommy You're Gone Now

when I as 7 and would hold mommy's hand
everywhere I went, I
thought nothing bad could ever happen.
mommy's here, you're safe.
Mommy, you're gone now and 
I'm not safe anymore 
Where are you 
you never told me that you were leaving 
and that my own brother was capable of hurting me.
what am I going to do when dad comes home drunk 
and gets violent again? 
Mommy you're gone now
I'm not safe anymore

Poem Details | by Allie Ogletree |
Categories: death, missing you, mother daughter,

Mother is Gone

Umbilical cord, slain
By the silver hands
Of Death-
I grieve in mourning.

Naked babe is left,
To writhe and churn,
On tethered ground,
Cold, so cold.

Mother is gone.
The hum of wings fades,
In Time's net,
Of captured dreams.

And umbilical cord, tossed
Like scraps
To the hungry chute,
Is lost.

Poem Details | by Melissa Clark |
Categories: cry, death of a friend, fantasy, heaven, memory, mother daughter, strength,

Visiting Hours

Are there visiting hours in heaven?
I'd come visit everyday,
I just need to hear you'r voice,
Tell me I'll be ok.

I would bring a tape recorder,
If heaven has no phone.
So I could still hear your voice,
At times I feel alone.

I would give the world,
For a chance to see you smile.
I'd do whatever I have too,
to watch you dance for a little while.

If only things were simple,
It's getting hard to stay strong.
It'd be easier if visiting hours were real,
Cause forever just takes too long!

By: Melissa Coker

Poem Details | by Faith Elizabeth Brigham |
Categories: death, drink, father, father daughter, mother, mother daughter,

Why Daddy Misbehaved

I went down to the graveyard 
just to see my daddy's grave.
I went down to the graveyard
just to see my daddy's grave.
They say it was the whiskey
made my poor daddy misbehave.

Momma used to hollar, 
'Don't you go sneakin' out the house.'
Momma used to hollar, 
'Don't you go sneakin' out the house.'
But daddy he was quiet, yes
He was quiet as a mouse.

Momma said, 'He's better dead.
You know he never learned to live, 
Momma said, 'He's better dead.
You know he never learned to live, 
He was just a low-down daddy
getting good at telling fibs."