A Daughter Then Mother’s Death… Symbolic of a Broken Heart

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A daughter then mother’s death…
only one day apart.
What a horrible tragedy…
symbolic of a broken heart.
For a parent never expects…
to see their child die first…
and the pain must be extreme…
feeling their heart will just burst.
For no matter their ages…
or how many years have passed…
they are still parent and child…
with a love that forever lasts.
But some hearts get broken…
when parents and child don’t bond…
for love may not be shown…
or some just fail to respond.

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And we may never know…
the multitude of hearts broken…
for the abuses of most pasts…
are rarely exposed or spoken.
But the death of these women…
have exposed a bond that was strong.
But so many have been broken…
with relationships gone so wrong.
So let’s pray for these families…
who are hurting for various reasons…
and pray for peace, comfort, and strength…
to overcome the pain of this season.
For it is not easy to go through…
and many have suffered for years…
so let’s pray for their healing…
and restoration for every tear.

© Secret Angel and The Abuse Expose’ with Secret Angel, 2016.

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9 thoughts on “A Daughter Then Mother’s Death… Symbolic of a Broken Heart

  1. Seen this happen… my sister first then my dad… first time I saw my dad break down in tears when my sister died… yes, prayers do help heal brokenness among families… this is really touching… many thanks!

    • I am so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine the pain of this heartbreak. Thanks for the encouraging words and may God bless you exceedingly and abundantly this new year of 2017!

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    • Anna, you have no idea how much your encouraging words help me. We never know if the words we write help anyone but just pray that God will bring those that need to read it.Thank you so much… and Happy New Year to you!!

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