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I Love You, Son

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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I Love You, Son

My dear son, I miss you so much.

It keeps hurting; I can’t stop crying.

My eyes always search for you in the sky.

My heart longs for finding you in the heavens.

My dear son, I love you so much.

I feel so empty without you.

I am so scared of my future without you.

My heart longs for being around you for my safety.

My dear son, you are my angel.

I still feel that you are caring for me from above.

I tell my broken heart that you are still watching me.

My heart longs for your care even from heaven.

My dear son, you are my protector.

I remember you when I feel lonely.

I talk to you when I break into pieces.

My heart longs for your support even from heaven.

My dear son, I was thinking I gave you life.

The reality is that you had given me life.

Without you and your presence, I can’t exist.

My heart longs for your company in my heart until I exist.

Please be there in my heart.

I love you, son!

Ambika Adhikari Tiwari
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