Loss Of A Child Quotes (63 quotes)
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One of the most tragic and traumatic losses life can deal out to a person is the death of a son. The death of a son means the loss of more than just a precious life. It represents the loss of future experiences and future hopes. No parent is prepared for the loss of a child, and when it happens, their world is changed forever. The grief, guilt, and anguish felt are acute and lasting. Parents can find comfort in knowing that their grief and mourning are normal and that many other parents have lived through similar tragedies. Son, I wish I could wake up and see you standing there.
Are there rocking chairs in Heaven where little babies go? Do the angels hold you closely and rock you to and fro? Do they talk silly baby talk to get a smile or two, and sing the sleepy lullabies I used to sing to you? My heart is aching for you, my angel child so dear. You brought such joy into my life, the short time you were here. I feel closer to you there.
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Lost Innocence: Dealing with the death of a young child
We were travelling when we got the news. Our little family had just spent a magical white Christmas together in the beautiful Old City of Quebec. We were living the dream. Now, sitting on an uncomfortable futon inside our AirBnb in Austin, Texas some 9, miles from home — I felt sick to my stomach. Our dream was about to turn into a real-life nightmare. My wife, Rebecca, had just gotten off the phone.
Poems about the death of a child cannot undo this tragic loss, but they can give grieving parents hope or offer support. Each parent and family member feels differently about the loss of a child and there's a poem out there for each experience. Grieving this loss is an individualized process that can be captured in poetry about losing a child. These poems for grieving parents and other close family members and friends speak to feelings of anger, sadness, grief, despair, and even acceptance. Grief is like a parade whizzing by in waves of noise. Some moments I laugh, in others I cry, at times I see nothing at all.