child loss

Homecomings and Goings

Written by Susan Noyes Anderson on . Posted in Poems about Death, Spiritual Poems

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Come home to me, my child; come home.
Dance on the words of a mother’s poem…
stepping-stars across the sky,
shining bright to draw you nigh,
spun from gossamer and love,
heart-notes sent to heaven above.

Tiptoe through the rooms that knew you
while I whisper secrets to you.
Brush my soul with velvet fingers…
breathe a sweet goodbye that lingers…
then return, like fallen rain,
to the place from whence you came.

Angel voices call your name.

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The other side of this poem, as seen from the lost son’s point of view, is called Reflections from an Angel Son. Find more of my poems about death and grieving here.

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