Treasure Island

April Humason

(Fort Worth, Texas)

I never got to


I never got to hear you cry
I never got to hear you laugh
I never got to see you smile
I never got to see you crawl
I never got to hold your hand
I never got to hold you in my arms
I never got to look at your expressions
I never got to look into your beautiful eyes
I never got to feel your soft skin
I never got to feel you heartbeat
I never got to tell you I love you
I never got to tell you I'm proud to be your mom
But I know that one day
I will get hear you cry
I will get to hear you laugh
I will get to see you smile
I will get to see you crawl
I will get to hold your hand
I will get to hold you in my arms
I will get to look at your expressions
I will get to look into your beautiful eyes
I will get to feel your soft skin
I will get to feel you heartbeat
I will get to tell you I love you
I will get to tell you I'm proud to be your mom
Because this I know we will meet again in heaven and I will get to spend eternity hearing, seeing, holding, looking, feeling and telling you everything I'm missing doing now.

Submitted: Friday, April 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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This Poem was wrote for my cousin Michelle Tidwell on the loss of her beautiful son Liam Tidwell

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