I'll Never Stop Loving You.

I'll Never Stop Loving You.

A Poem by Chan
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The way I felt after I miscarried.

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I never knew you
yet the loss is so hard to bare
I'll never touch your tiny toes
I'll never brush your silken hair.

You'll never see my tears
though I've cried so much for you
Your tiny nose will never wrinkle
We'll never play peek-a-boo.

I'll love you forever
without ever seeing your face
I'll never hear your laughter
My heart will always have an empty place.

We'll never see each other's eyes
I'll never get to see your smile when you're happy
I'll never hear your voice
Or hear you call me mommy.

I'll never stop loving you.


© 2008 Chan



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The expression of your feelings has deeply warmed my heart.The fact that you communicated a desire, about being careful how you handled those FEELINGS, is very much an attribute of your CHARACTER.I commend you.By the way, your submission, has helped remind me of one, I would not have met within my own circumstances, within my kinfolk, who though may have been in other circumstances, no doubt, would also be in Heaven.I may never really know until l am there, what is the truth of that matter.Thankyou, as l shed some tears, that you have helped bring, through HEALING expressiveness. Even if it turns out, that I was lied to, about such a serious matter, the REAL TEARS have been WORTH IT(not as in theatrics/drama).Ms. BelsitoWednesday, August 22, 2007 at about four o''clock in the afternoon in Soo, Ontario, Canada

Posted 10 Years Ago


4 of 4 people found this review constructive.




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What a mother's love for her child one she could not hold or even here cry. But Like most mother's they love all there children the same. Love them till the end of time and beyond never stop being a mother once you had a child. the love between Mother and child never ends it continues to he next life where it is grabbed by Jesus in his loving arms and brought back to a waiting mother who did not see this child or here it breath. For the love of a mother it is blood deep no separation can make it incomplete I could imagine this happening to my wife or how I would of handled it if I had to walk in those shoes.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Wow... what a beautiful poem! I've never read anything quite like this before. It's amazingly wonderful! The emotion is so raw! I love it! It's terribly sad... never getting to know a child that could've been... I loved your poem! It was beautiful, emotional, and wonderfully written! Fantastic poem! :D

Posted 8 Years Ago


Pure, unconditional love.
Thats what it is between a mother and her child.
So beautifully expressed.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

wow, simply beautiful and sad, no one will ever know how much pain you went though and still probably are, but your words express those feeling s so deeply. My chest tighten up as I read to the end..
Thank you for being brave enough to express in poetic form what you went through...

Posted 10 Years Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

so beautiful.. I'm so sorry...

Posted 10 Years Ago


4 of 4 people found this review constructive.

*sniff* Beautiful poem. It really illustrates the pain you went thrugh afterword. My aunt also miscarried, she never really healed afterword, I hope you do.

Posted 10 Years Ago


4 of 4 people found this review constructive.

The expression of your feelings has deeply warmed my heart.The fact that you communicated a desire, about being careful how you handled those FEELINGS, is very much an attribute of your CHARACTER.I commend you.By the way, your submission, has helped remind me of one, I would not have met within my own circumstances, within my kinfolk, who though may have been in other circumstances, no doubt, would also be in Heaven.I may never really know until l am there, what is the truth of that matter.Thankyou, as l shed some tears, that you have helped bring, through HEALING expressiveness. Even if it turns out, that I was lied to, about such a serious matter, the REAL TEARS have been WORTH IT(not as in theatrics/drama).Ms. BelsitoWednesday, August 22, 2007 at about four o''clock in the afternoon in Soo, Ontario, Canada

Posted 10 Years Ago


4 of 4 people found this review constructive.


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Chan
Chan

Pittsburgh, PA



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Hmmm, well I'm 30 years old and have been writing for 20 years. Writing has always been a release for me. It lets me cry without actually crying. I love to write. I Role Play a lot too. Fantasy has al.. more..

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