plea to a lost child

Holding Hearts

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

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My heart reached out, but
but you weren’t there.
Undone, I nestled
in your chair
and felt your warmth
surround my soul.
For one sweet moment
I was whole.

Your life, I know
is far from here,
yet in my darkness
you drew near
if only for
a little while
to help me breathe,
to help me smile.

I need you, Todd.
Keep holding me
until we bridge
eternity
and claim that place
beyond the stars
where all we yearn for
can be ours.

We’ll be together
once again.
Please hold my hand
(and heart) till then.

∞§∞

If this poem resonated with you, you might enjoy Here with Me.
You might also relate to the poem, Homecomings and Goings.

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