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To My Dear Mother

To My Dear Mother

To My Dear Mother

Mum Never complained about what life dished out, she struggled with the torment of schizophrenia for most of her life.
When Mum was diagnosed with lung cancer in May 2004, l was in total disbelief, which quickly turned to anger and then pain. Mum softly said to me, everything will be O.K: let’s live each day as it comes.

At hospital visits, when recieiving bad news, l often cried and cried, Mum would put her arms around me , and again she would softly tell me everything will be O.K, lets live each day as it comes, cheer up she would say, ” I Love You”.

Mum was being strong for me, she didn’t want me to hurt, she never once complained about the pain that the Cancer caused or about the hurt her heart must of been feeling, knowing that she would soon be saying goodbye to us all.

I admired, loved and will miss my dear Mother’s strength.


She was such a beautifull, caring and loving person to those who really, really new her.

Wasn’t it enough that she struggled each day, for the majority of her life, her mind always racing, mentally being haunted.
Why did my dear mother then have to endure the struggle and pain of Cancer?…..

When l close my eyes, l see Mum’s loving face, she is now in heaven, free from pain, looking down on us smiling, her golden heart now shining brighter than ever.


Hush My love, hush be still
I had to leave you, it was God’s will
Hush my love do not cry
For l am standing here, right by.
I have not gone for good you see
I am always right here and join you for tea.
But alas, you cannot see me and all that l give
Hush my sweet love, l am not dead, l still live.

When you feel down or very low
I will pick you up, as l did below
There will be joy and laughter in your heart
When you relise we are never to apart
I am everywhere you go and everything you see
I am always with you.

You will sing and dance once more again
Bright sunshine will fill you, instead of rain
I live! I live! I live ! I tell thee
Just the thought you need, to remeber me.

In each flower, plant or bird you see
We are all part of this, you and me
So look at all things with gentle love and care
We’ll meet again l am just over here.

Remeber the good and never times and never the bad
We loved and laughed together and shared the sad
Remeber how precious and dear you are to me
Remeber I’m right here with you, if only you could see.

I love you and “l’ll always be near”
Just wisper my name and l’ll be right there.

“Mum if your listening, please know this”

I love you, need you, miss you, l want you back but know that it can’t be.

We will meet again, but until then, know that l will never stop loving you.

Your memory will always be close to my heart.

You are now free
Pain will visit you no more.
Rest now

Your loving daughter.

So sorry for your loss. I have recently lost my nan, and trying to figure if I could possibly say anything at her funeral and grasp how I could possibly sum up even alittle part of my nan in words. However I would just like to say, your poem touched me, as it is what I believe my nan would want me to be thinking at the moment. Deepest sympathy for you and your family, your mum was obviously loved.




Originally Posted by Guest

You are now free
Pain will visit you no more.
Rest now.

So you too, must be free and rest. You will always be your Mothers loving Daughter.

I was touched by your entry. May God bless you, and may God grant YOU freedom and rest.

whispers from heaven

I too lost my mother about 2 1/2 months ago to cancer… It’s very difficult, what the patient and family must go through. Slowly watching your mother die before your very eyes. I hope you find strength in knowing that God needed her more than you and your family did. She is in a much better place and although she is not with you physically- she’s always around! She is not suffering anymore and your family link that is now broken, will be put back together as you all get to rejoin one by one in heaven together again. This poem helped me find comfort. Hope this helps!

Shanell B.

Author: unknown

When I left this world without you
I know it made you blue.
Your tears fell so freely,
I watched; I know this is true.

While you were weeping,
Days after I passed away-
While all was silent within me,
I saw you kneel and pray.

From this wonderful place called heaven
Where all my pain is gone,
I send a gentle breeze to whisper,
‘My loved ones, please go on’

The peace that I have found here
Goes far beyond compare
No rain, no clouds, no suffering-
Just LOVE from everywhere.

You need not be troubled
Just stay close to GOD in prayer
Someday we’ll be reunited
My love, HIS love surrounds you always,


sorry to here about yur mothers death my mum died on the 12/5/08 on my younger sisters she was turning just 13 and i am only 14 and now av to live without her in my life because some people are selfish, she died in a hit and run accident well once again sorry…x


Published On: 24th Oct 2015

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