A Mother's Pain

A Mother's Pain

A Poem by Terohime
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A Poem for my aunt, and her struggles when she lost her little boy. This goes out to her and all who lost a child.

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A broken heart rests with in a devastated soul,

A young child just beginning to grow,

With a joyful mind and a glowing soul.


This young child sees the world as a whole,

Through eyes of the innocent,

evil dose not exist.


Everything is at peace,

so how can one resist,

when the dark reaper places his pawn.


That innocent life will soon be gone,

With the loss of a child the mother will weep,

She will want to fall in to a deep sleep.


As the years pass,

each hour seems like days,

Yet slowly it all will fade away.


Her heart will begin to mend,

And she will soon find a way,

to release her smile,

that brightens up the day.

© 2014 Terohime


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Is this a personal poem? Felt like one. When it comes to losing love ones and even closer, nothing could be said to help mend the broken heart quicker. As for the poem, was deep and almost made be choke up with tears. I believe that children for ever live. They live in Heaven, where their illness is no more and peace for ever more. As for a mother of the child, I believe she will soon come to peace of mind, knowing the suffering is gone, and the child lives peacefully. If this is a personal experience, need to vent/ let loose your tears, I am here my friend.

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Terohime

5 Years Ago

Thanks for the review, this is not a personal poem as it happened to me. More of one for my aunt who.. read more



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deep... yet so beautifully written!

I'm new on here, so it would be an honour if you could review some of my poems!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Such a sad truth, it resonates within me in such a way, the way you communicate these thoughts in such an honest manner it is effective and has touched me, really caught me by surprise. Great job!

Posted 4 Years Ago


Amen, one that makes even the most tough of us shed a tear, well done.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Nothing worse than a child passing, even harder for a parent to live without their child, this is sobering and should make any parent hug their child that much longer, well done.

Posted 5 Years Ago


You are welcome...,:).........

Posted 5 Years Ago


So sorry for her loss. Sad indeed but not sadly you shared. This was releasing...Thank you so much for sharing...:)...

Posted 5 Years Ago


Terohime

5 Years Ago

And thank you for reading ^_^
this is very sad indeed....i have known several women who have lost children, still babies...no defense---

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Terohime

5 Years Ago

Thanks for the review
Is this a personal poem? Felt like one. When it comes to losing love ones and even closer, nothing could be said to help mend the broken heart quicker. As for the poem, was deep and almost made be choke up with tears. I believe that children for ever live. They live in Heaven, where their illness is no more and peace for ever more. As for a mother of the child, I believe she will soon come to peace of mind, knowing the suffering is gone, and the child lives peacefully. If this is a personal experience, need to vent/ let loose your tears, I am here my friend.

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Terohime

5 Years Ago

Thanks for the review, this is not a personal poem as it happened to me. More of one for my aunt who.. read more

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Terohime
Terohime

south central, KY



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