Casey A Geiger
An Infants Death - Poem by Casey A Geiger
My greatest day was the day of your birth,
And the worst was the day of your death,
If I could have taken your pain and made it my own,
I would have given my last living breath.
But when my eyes close I can still see your face,
I can still feel your hear beat near mine,
I hope I never forget that image of grace,
Made by the purest of angels devine.
But my tears keep on falling like the rain can poor,
I wanted your life I had planned so much more,
Like an angry ocean beating down on the shore,
The pain floods through me like nothing before.
I look at the toys that you never will play,
And the cloths that you never will wear,
You came to this Earth, but you couldn't stay,
And my God it just doesn't seem fair.
I'll never see your first step,
I'll never hear your first word,
Like my prayers went unanswered,
Like they all went unheard,
But I know thats not true,
I know your death had its worth,
And you've taught us all something,
From your death to your birth.
Though my heart still aches to know you are gone,
But your love was so pure and will forever live on.
I just hope you know Kaiden, you brought us great joy,
You where loved by so many, you where our little boy.
So from Heaven to Earth, back to Heaven you fly,
From our boy to our angel, it's never goodbye.
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