missing my flower..

by bea

5 years ago my mum found she was pregnant.. the pregnancy was going great and i was so excited to have a new baby sister or brother.. then one moring the hospital rang my mum, about half our later she came in the front room and her eyes watered.. i asked what was wrong and she said that the baby wasnt going to make it. from that day i have never been the same.. im 16 years old and i miss her like crazy! my mum was 16 weeks pregnant and we lost her due to Edwards Syndrome.. all i have is a scan picture of her and i think about her everyday and i everything that relates to her or her illness.. i start crying for ages and i find it hard to stop.. i just dunno what to do with myself.. how can i try and let her go?

rip poppie!<3

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Sep 20, 2013
You'll be fine.
by: Anonymous

You can't "miss" a fetus, except perhaps if you were the one who miscarried it. This is just your raging teenage hormones at work. At 16, your mind will seize upon any opportunity to grieve. Don't worry -- you'll be fine.

May 20, 2012
She is loved
by: Anonymous

First of all, I am sorry for your and your family's loss. I am struck by the love you have for your sister and the grief that you feel due to loosing her. Many people say that the more we love, the more we suffer in grief. It is quite amazing that a baby that has not been alive outside her mother's womb can be so much a part of a family. Things like that make me believe in life after life and sanctity of it from conception to death. I have my own grief and it consumes me so much that I have doubted in the meaning of life, and in everything that made sense to me before my own loss. Some faith remains in me due to the magnificent expressions of human love. This love cannot be explained in the evolutionary sense, through reason or logic. It makes lives, even the shortest ones meaningful. Through your love your sister's life is as important as lives of the most significant people. Let yourself love her. She is somewhere where we cannot see her but she lives on. Allow yourself to live until you meet her again.

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