Caandice Je.Bee

Heaven 3.

I Felt you, even though i never touched you.
I Spoke to you even if you couldnt hear me.
You were with me, every place i went to,
I loved you, but circumstances made you hate me.
Your gone and now i feel an emptiness inside,
Daddy loves you baby, it was just the wrong thing, at the wrong time.
You may not understand right now, how things were so complex,
But Mommy loves you baby, in bed i sleep, yet get no rest.
Ill meet you for real one-day baby, you'll get a second chance,
It may not be the same, but mom and dad will hold your hand.
We'll hold you tight, when you run into out arms.
Mommy will cry, but of joy, like a softly played song.
I'll meet you one day baby, in the sky, amoung the most beautiful cloud.
In heaven, were the birds will sing in a melody so soft, yet so loud.
The sun will shine, and the angels will cry, and i hope youll understand,
i love you, though i never met you,
Mommy will meet you in the promise land.
Nevaeh spelled backwards is heaven,
And thats were you are right now.
Looking down at Mommy and Daddy; waiting until we can all be together,
Wishing it were right now.
My unborn child i miss you,
Because i can no-longer feel your presence,
Pleease dont be mad at Mommy,
For Sending Her Angel To Heaven.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 6, 2009
Poem Edited: Sunday, March 28, 2010

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Comments about Heaven 3. by Caandice Je.Bee

  • Maria-georgina Ashton (3/29/2010 4:05:00 AM)

    I went through a similar situation, your poem was really nice :) x

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  • Allanis Anderson (2/8/2010 10:51:00 PM)

    Beautiful, it made me cry.
    It truley touched me

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