Is it appropriate to observe a deceased mother's birthday with a poem?


It is perfectly appropriate to observe a deceased mother's birthday with a poem. Acknowledging that she has passed and commemorating her birthday shows that the person in mourning has successfully navigated the five stages of loss and grief.

Accepting the loss of a loved one and celebrating their life is the ultimate goal in the grieving process. Expressing one's feelings through poetry, journal writing or even music is a great outlet. There is no wrong way to observe the birthday of a deceased relative if it gives the grieving person a sense of peace. A great poem that could be used for such an occasion is "My Mother, My Angel" by Kathy J. Parenteau.

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Each year your birthday reminds me That I really want to say I'm very glad
im sorry for your loss. well we lost someone a while back. im sorry the time goes and it took you. i pleaded to god that it not be true. that it were a joke a prank of some kind.
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