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Heartbreakingly beautiful poem. I'm so sorry about the loss of your grandchild.
Beautiful; touching. My heart cried with you.
You beautifully voiced a grief that few people acknowledge. A lovely commeration of a life lost before it was ever lived.
Oh just think about the birthday party that you will have with her someday! She gave birth to love the moment that she was conceived.I weep with you today but one day I want to rejoice with you as well.Thanks for sharing her story.
Beautiful words of remembrance for this beautiful child now safely in the arms of Jesus. May God bless you and your family.
This reminds me of my twin neices who would have been two years old this Dec 27th. Twin to Twin transfusion took ther lives 3 months before their due date, but Jesus welcomed them home, where we will get the chance to know these precious little girls.
I understand. God bless you.
Very touching, any parent has been through this can appreciate these verses.
What truth you have spoken, and spoken with such raw emotion. Your words embedded deep in my heart and I have, now, a new appreciation and better understanding for the enomous pain of loss. Readers will think on this well after the computer has been turned off! Thank you for sharing this!
Deborah, this was passionately beautiful. Even though the title really gave away the author, it didn't matter in this case. It had to be.

I just wanted to let you know that your very special entry made it into the semi-finals for the Bithday Challenge. It was a huge week of entries - somewhere around 122 across all levels - so to make it into the semi-finals deserves a pat on the back! Well done. With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)
My heart broke. May God fill your family with peace. "Kendall" a very beautiful name.