Moore Hope

Rookie - 41 Points (Chicago)

No Tears Allowed - Poem by Moore Hope

Do not shed a teardrop when I die, not a single tear
Just keep memories of me in your heart, memories so dear
Remember me as I was, the good times, not the bad
For when my soul has left this earthly land, I want you to be happy, not be sad
Do not consider my death as something bad, do not think of it in vain
For when I die my life will be renewed, and I will no longer feel the pain
I know that you will feel helpless, but there was nothing you could have done
I fought the battle for many years, but the cancer finally won
Know that I will be in a better place with our friends and family
Who will meet me at the gates of heaven to cross me over safely
Do not think of me as gone forever, for I will always be near
Every time you think of me and call my name, in heaven I will hear
I may not be able to answer back, but know deep down in your heart
That I am watching over you always as your guardian angel part
Remember that I loved you, and I know that you loved me
And when it is your time to go to heaven, together once again we will be

Topic(s) of this poem: cancer, death, dying

Comments about No Tears Allowed by Moore Hope

  • (3/14/2018 2:48:00 AM)

    Dear poetess, death is not a drop of tear but drop of tears. But hope of memories in mind is so dear.well written. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

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