Bereavement Poetry and Prose

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Many bereaved parents find it helpful to share their experiences with others and to hear from parents in similar positions to themselves. As part of our grief support, we are building a database of stories, meaningful poems or prose that have helped you or others through the grieving process. These meaningful words offer reassurance, relief from distress, or a much-needed conncection to someone who understands. 

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To Mummy and Daddy


To Mummy and Daddy


Dear Mummy and Daddy,

On a clear February morning Jesus sweetly called my name.

From the gates of heaven a band of angels came.

They smiled at me, I smiled right back.

I was not afraid.

I was going to a beautiful home my heavenly father made.

The angels carried me really fast,

right through the Milky Way.

Now I'm in a city so bright,

where the angels serenade.

The sights, the sounds, the secrets of life

are now things I understand.

The very second I arrived,

Jesus took my hand!

I love you so much and I know you are sad,

that I won't grow old on earth.

But I am happy, loved and waiting for you

on the streets made of gold.





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