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What are some sympathy poems for the loss of a child?

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"I Do Not Think My Song Will End" by Johnny Hathcock is a beautiful poem for grieving parents. It comforts them with the idea that the child is not truly gone so long as one person remembers and compares the spirit to the enduring beauty of the natural world.

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In a similar vein, "Children Who Die Are Not Really Gone" tells of young ones who have passed on and are waiting for those who love them, in a "place that is something like home." This poem offers the comfort of the end of pain and the hope of being reunited.

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