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Everything Will Be Alright-Poem About A Mother's Angelic Visit

Linda has been writing Poetry & other genre's since she was a young girl. Her passion for writing brings her healing & peace.

Apparition of my Mother

Mother's Apparition Caught on Camera

Mother's Apparition Caught on Camera

Definition of Angel

According to Thesarus:

one of a class of spiritual beings; a celestial attendant of God. Inmedieval angelology, angels constituted the lowest of the nine celestialorders (seraphim, cherubim, thrones, dominations or dominions,virtues, powers, principalities or princedoms, archangels, and angels).2.a conventional representation of such a being, in human form, withwings, usually in white robes.3.a messenger, especially of God.4.a person who performs a mission of God or acts as if sent by God:an angel of mercy.5.a person having qualities generally attributed to an angel, as beauty,purity, or kindliness.6.a person whose actions and thoughts are consistently virtuous.7.an attendant or guardian spirit.verb (used with object), angeled, angeling or, esp. British,angelled, angelling.12.Informal. to provide financial backing for:Two wealthy friends angeled the Broadway revival of his show.


Mother's Angelic Visit

Those first few months felt like a blurr The longing and pain of missing her She couldn't erase the image in her head Of Mom in a coffin and feelings of dread Why did you leave us your children need you Dad is a drunk he won't know what to do Night-time was lonely without Mom around She'd hear scary noises that made her heart pound She missed the routine of being tucked in And the maternal love a dad couldn't give The girl lay crying feeling hopeless one night She pleaded with God to make it all right I need you mommy you keep me on track Please help me Lord can you bring her back Down the hallway she noticed a light moving slowly It grew brighter and brighter she knew it was holy A beautiful lady floated above her head And eventually sat at the edge of her bed Looking right at the angel she recognized her face It was her mother glowing with grace She listened intently to the message conveyed Through telepathic means Mom said, "don't be afraid." I'm sorry I left you just know I'm still here Watching over you kids every day, every year I love you my baby your four siblings too Make sure you tell them of my visit to you Let them know I tucked them in tonight That things will get better it will be alright At that very moment her spirit-body lifted Down the hallway I watched as she gracefully drifted.

True Story of my Mother's Apparition

This Poem was inspired by the true story of my mother appearing at her youngest daughter's bedside after her death.

Mom and Dad

My Parents Wedding Reception

My Parents Wedding Reception

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Scorpions~Send me an Angel

© 2013 Linda Rogers

Comments

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on February 12, 2015:

My pleasure-it was a poem I wrote about my sister's experience. It was a healing for her and all of us siblings.

DSmizzle from Long Beach, New York on February 11, 2015:

Thanks for this. I enjoyed it.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 05, 2014:

Sorry to hear you lost a friend in your neighborhood. I really appreciate you coming by and reading my poem.

Tijani Achamlal from Morocco on July 01, 2014:

Brings tears to my eyes..Just three days ago ,I lost one of the sweetest woman in my neighborhood.God bless all!

This was well written!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on March 30, 2014:

What a sweet comment nighthag-Thank you so much for that :-) I'm glad my poem and true story touched you. That's the best feeling for a writer as you well know.

K.A.E Grove from Australia on March 30, 2014:

My heart swelled at the same time I got wonderful goosebumps.

this was a wonderful thing for your twin to experience and share, giving you all the comfort that you needed. Hands up one of the best I've ever read!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on February 24, 2014:

I am so touched by your comment that it gave me goosebumps. Love your image of the knitting with imaginary thread. Thank you for reading about my mother's visit to my twin sister. It was a healing thing for her and the rest of us sibs.

ANIL KUMAR UPADHYAY from INDIA, UTTAR PRADESH STATE, KANPUR CITY on February 19, 2014:

Knitting with imaginary thread, decorated with power of mind, your poem carried my mind to such a destination. I like to float there again and again. A very sensational and mind blowing creation. Appreciated it.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on December 03, 2013:

sprickita-thanks so much for coming by and reading my poem about mom's visit. I truly believe that when we die, we can still visit one another from heaven. Mom knew her baby girl needed hope and that visit helped her and the rest of us kids.

sprickita from Reno on December 02, 2013:

No one has appeared to me personally, though iv witnessed as someone said goodbye to a loved one. Honest to gosh the phone call came the next morning of the passing - blew me away still gives me goosbumps. Beautiful hub glad every one made it through such a hard time ok.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on October 30, 2013:

Thanks so much Shanmarie-I am honored that my poem touched you. My mother coming to my twin sister was a very healing thing for not only her but the rest of us.

Shannon Henry from Texas on October 30, 2013:

Oh my goodness! You just made me cry, and that is not easily accomplished simply by having me read something. This is so sad, yet hopeful. A parent losing a child and/or a child losing a parent is powerful stuff, though.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on October 29, 2013:

That is so sweet of you Jodah and I appreciate your feedback. I'll be by to read more of your great work.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on October 29, 2013:

Hi Kyle and thanks for your kind words. Glad I found you hub hopping. Hope your having a great week :-)

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on October 28, 2013:

Just had to visit this poem again Linda. Love the easy flow of your verse. It's such a pleasure to read and so easy for me to relate to from my own experiences. Thanks again.

kylesanderson on October 28, 2013:

Wow. I'm so glad you came by one of my hubs, so I could find this one. Beautiful, and I believe the font you chose went with it quite well! Thanks for sharing. Following...

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on October 05, 2013:

Well that's plenty. LOL Thanks Jodah.

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on October 05, 2013:

Touching, is all I can say.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on September 08, 2013:

Thanks Ken for the kudo's on my poem. I'm so glad you were able to feel the poem.

Kenneth C Agudo from Tiwi, Philippines on September 07, 2013:

I can feel you friend, your heart was on poem itself. Like an epitaph

the pores of my skin feels cold as i read this

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on September 06, 2013:

Life is so much more than we can see here on earth. This is not the only visit my family has had. Most of us have had a visit from each parent at points in our lives when we needed them for support. Bless you for coming by and honoring me with such a heart felt comment.

Vernon Bradley from Yucaipa, California on September 06, 2013:

Thank you for sharing, and then sharing in poetry no less, this experience of your Mom coming to reassure you. Death is obviously a sad parting, especially for little ones who grapple with the inexplicable. But there is so much left for us to learn and explore about death and the many ways our loved ones take care of us after they leave this part of life. And one of the ways we will learn is by writers like yourself sharing this experience. THANKS AGAIN VERN and TDowling, maybe when your Mom passes, YOU can write a poem and post it here!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on September 05, 2013:

What a touching and heart-felt comment on my poem. I too thought I would die when I lost mom, but to lose her so young was really hard. Somehow we manage to move forward from grief of losing a parent. You are so blessed to have your mother. Thanks for the wonderful quotes on mother's. So true!

Thomas Dowling from Florida on September 05, 2013:

Minnetonka Twin:

Powerful, touching tale. What is they say about a mother's love? I couldn't remember so I Googled it and found this from Edwin Hubbell Chapin:

"No language can express the power, and beauty, and heroism, and majesty of a mother's love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints..."

And another from Oliver Wendell Holmes:

"The real religion of the world comes from women much more than from men - from mothers most of all, who carry the key of our souls in their bosoms."

My mother just turned 96, so she was in my head and my heart. She's A-L-W-A-Y-S been there. Don't know what I'll do when she passes. -TD

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on September 05, 2013:

Dear Susan-I am sure that knowing your mom came to your grandmother was very healing for you. I am so sad to hear you lost your mother at age three. We were both so young to lose a mother. They are both watching over us from a great vantage point.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on September 05, 2013:

Hi Victoria-thanks so much for the kind words and for sharing my poem. I too hope that some day if you need it, you will experience this.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on September 05, 2013:

Your poem sure hit home with me. This happened to my grandmother when my mother died, when I was 3. My mother said to my grandmother "Please take care of Susan".

Victoria Lynn from Arkansas, USA on September 05, 2013:

This is so touching! I got goosebumps. I hear of things like this but have never known it personally. I was surprised that over 60% of readers voted that they have had this type of experience. I love that, and I hope that one day I will also experience it if I need it. I'm sharing this!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 30, 2013:

Thanks so much mikielikie-It was great to know Mom was still with us in spirit. Have a great weekend :-)

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 30, 2013:

Thank you Stars-It's great to see you here. I think of you and your beautiful family often. Blessings to you all :-)

stars439 from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. on August 30, 2013:

A very beautiful poem dear heart. You're mom must have been so wonderful. She will be with you forever. God Bless You.

mikielikie from Texas on August 30, 2013:

What a great story to tell and in such a wonderful way. Great job.

Jennifer from Lost...In Video Games and Stories on August 29, 2013:

Hi, Minnetonka Twin! Yeah. We had her until she was fourteen years old and then we had to put her down because she had diabetes. I'm still writing for Bubblews and Hubpages. Stories are being moved over there and poems over here. I'm glad to have read this hub! :D

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 29, 2013:

Aww, is the dog from your childhood? That is so cool to hear about. Are you still writing for Bubblews? I see many writers that are on that site now. I split my time between HubPages, Redgage and my blog. I also use twitter to share my writing. It can get overwhelming at times but I've learned how to have limits for all. I really appreciate you coming by and reading about my Mom's visit.

Jennifer from Lost...In Video Games and Stories on August 29, 2013:

This is a very beautiful poem, Minnetonka Twin! I loved it. So deep, sad and touching at the same time. I have a guardian dog that visits me occasionally in dreams. Voted it up!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 28, 2013:

Hi Rosemay-It is a great gift to know that mom is still around us after her passing. It was really hard to lose a mother so young but this visit with my sister helped ease the pain. Mom knew we needed something to give us hope. Mom always knew how to ease our hurts. Bless you for coming by and reading my poem.

Rosemary Sadler from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand on August 28, 2013:

What a precious experience. beautiful poem, sad but very moving.

The photo is incredible. You must feel that she is still all around you, how wonderful is that

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 21, 2013:

How nice of you to stop in again. It was a true blessing to have a visit from Mom. Hope all is well with you :-)

Richard Ricky Hale from West Virginia on August 21, 2013:

MT, just thought I would pay you another visit to say hello. Once again, such a deep, deep poem, very beautiful! Touching and sad, but you can only imagine such an appreciation if such would happen.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 16, 2013:

Thanks so much dreamseeker for the nice compliment. Appreciate the vote up. Hope your weekend is started out great :-)

dreamseeker2 on August 15, 2013:

Awesome poem! Especially when one learns it is true. Sad in so many ways, but touching just the same. Voted it up! : )

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 11, 2013:

Thank you so much lyric writer. Your so sweet for all the votes for my poem. I am not surprised that you are a believer in this. I've always known your heart is beautiful and open to things. Bless you for reading my work.

Richard Ricky Hale from West Virginia on August 11, 2013:

MT, I've always been a believer, never second guessed it before. This was a beautiful poem and seeing everything come full circle, absolutely beautiful. There's a whole new life out there and I believe we're just starting to break the ice. Voted up, useful, awesome, beautiful, and interesting, shared as well. Best wishes always MT!!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 30, 2013:

Hi KKGal~It was a real blessing that mom came to my sis. It gave us all hope and strength to move forward without her. That was a very difficult time for us five siblings. We were left with a dad that we weren't as connected to because of his drinking problem. It's crazy how things work out because dad, my sis and I became very close after he sobered up.

Susan Hazelton from Sunny Florida on July 30, 2013:

What a beautiful poem. How comforting that must have been for the young girl. I love that it was based on a true story., I have found that these visits are comforting to those left behind. Absolutely awesome.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 24, 2013:

Thanks for the votes up Sue. The visit was very healing for all of us. It's always good to know that our loved ones are still around, even if we can't see them.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 24, 2013:

Hi Nell~thanks for coming by and reading my story about mom visiting. Hope your having a great week my friend.

Sueswan on July 23, 2013:

Beautiful! What a comfort to know that your mother is watching over you and your siblings from heaven.

Voted up +++

Nell Rose from England on July 23, 2013:

What a beautiful poem and real story behind it, I am so pleased this happened to you, how awesome!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 17, 2013:

Thanks Alicia~it was exactly what all of us siblings needed, especially the youngest daughter that she came to. So glad you took time to read my poem.

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on July 15, 2013:

This is a lovely poem and story, Linda! I am so glad that you had this wonderful and comforting experience with your mother.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 15, 2013:

Oh my goodness Jackie~what a bummer it turned out to be the calendar. Let's just go with the notion that mom's spirit lifted the calendar so you'd think it was her. Spirits can do it however they want to. Thanks so much for reading my poem and for sharing it. I really appreciate when someone appreciates my work enough to do that. Have a great day!

Jackie Lynnley from the beautiful south on July 15, 2013:

I thought I saw my moms spirit/ghost after she died and I welcomed her but it turned out to be a calender that caught a breeze from the window lighting up as he would lift up and out. Who knows though maybe it was her lifting the calendar. Never thought I would welcome a spirit or ghost but love changes us doesn't it. Thanks for sharing your beautiful story.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 15, 2013:

Hi my friend~manofstrength-I thank you for your kind comment about my mom visiting my twin sister. It is a really healing thing, like you said, that our loved ones can visit us from the other side. Mom knew she needed to comfort her youngest child.

Cat from New York on July 15, 2013:

Minnetonka Twin,

That makes the story even more touching! I think these kinds of beautiful things happen all the time, but not everyone has that special sight that allows them to see it; this is the kind of seeing that's not done with the simple eyes, but with the heart. I'm so glad this has happened for your sister and I just know you must've brought her some sense of 'it'll be okay' yourself. What a wonderful family you've all been blessed with.

I hope you've had a wonderful weekend my dear!

Cat

Man of Strength from Orlando, Fl on July 15, 2013:

Hi Minnetonka Twin,

What a stirring and touching poem. I'm sorry you and your siblings had to endure such an enormous loss at such a young age. This confirms that even when a loved one leaves physically, their spirit is always with us, even helping us along the way. Vey beautiful. Thank you. Voted up.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

So nice to see you my friend. I appreciate your kind comment on my poem. It is such a blessing to get closure after a loved one dies because it gives you hope. I hope your summer has been a good one.

Dianna Mendez on July 14, 2013:

This is a very touching poem. I believe our loved ones do have a window of opportunity to express love to us prior to their final exit spiritually. What a blessing!

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Hi GypsyRose~isn't it an incredible gift and blessing to get visited after a loved one dies? I am so glad to hear you have had visits from your mother. Most of us five kids have had visits from mom or dad too.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Hi Kathryn~thanks so much for coming by-what a compliment to hear it gave you goosebumps. Always feels so good to hear that about one of my poem's. Have a great evening.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Thanks so much Ruby~it felt really healing to write this piece. Hope your doing great these days my friend :-) I'll be by soon to read one of your poems.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Dearest Colin~you are my sweet, handsome Canadian Prince that I dreamed of all my life. So glad sis and I found you on Hubpages. Laura and I were just talking about what a riot it would be to have the three of us together sometime. What a party that would be. I so wish I lived closer to you. The energy of the three of us together would probably be so intense that we may float off the ground. LOL I will tell sis to check facebook for the roses. You are such a charming man. Love to you and the kitties.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Thank you ziyena. Appreciate you coming by and reading my poem.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Great to see you Audrey. Thanks so much for taking time out to read my poem. It really was a wonderful experience for my sister to get that visit from mom. Hope all is well :-)

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Dear Vincent~wow, I am humbled that one of my favorite poet's would give me such high praise on my poem. That means so much to me my friend. I too have heard that bedside visits are common with loved ones that have passed. It's reassuring to know that loved ones are watching over us. It was especially important to my mom's five children. Laura and I were only nine years old when mom died and didn't have much of a relationship at that time with our dad. Thanks much for coming by Vincent :-)

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Aww, thanks so much drbj for voting my poem up. I just love the word 'stunning' being used on one of my poems. What a nice compliment my friend. Great to see you and hope all is well in your world these days.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Hi Wayne~it's so great to see you. Thank you so much for your kind comment about the poem. I just have to purge some of these tough memories that hang out in my head and soul. Feels so good! Hope all is well with you my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Thanks Michael~hope things are well with you my friend. I'll be by soon to read one of your wonderful poems. I have been busy getting ready to move and haven't been on a lot here, but know I have missed you and your great poetry.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Thanks Tom for you kind words about my poem. It was really healing to write. What would we writers do without purging our emotions. LOL Have a good evening my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Hi Billy~it is a comfort knowing our loved ones are with us, even when they pass. It brought great comfort to Laura and the rest of us. Great to see you here my friend. Hope all is well with you and the family :-)

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 14, 2013:

Dearest Faith, ~what a beautiful thing that you were visited by your husband's grandfather in a dream. I hear so many stories of loved ones coming to say goodbye in this manner. I thank you very much for your kind and thoughtful words about my poem. Mom knew her youngest needed hope and healing after her death. Death will not stop a mother from taking care of her kids. God Bless you for coming by my dear friend. Linda

Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on July 14, 2013:

Voted up and awesome. Hauntingly beautiful poem. My mom has comforted me a number of times from the other side.

Kathryn from Windsor, Connecticut on July 13, 2013:

What a bittersweet poem. It gave me goose bumps!

Thank you for sharing this beautiful story with us, and have a wonderful weekend.

~ Kathryn

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 13, 2013:

Thanks so much Martin. Truth be told, I thought I'd try something different with my poem structure. I usually just type and see what it gives me. This time I tried the pre-formatted font and I just loved how it turned out. I think it's a good font for we poet's to use, especially when it's a deep topic. I am greatly honored to see you here my friend.

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on July 13, 2013:

This one tugged at ' me heart, so beautiful Linda. I am a believer..Smiles...

epigramman on July 13, 2013:

Powerful words my luminous Linda and it unfolded like a movie in my cinematic mind thanks to your gift with poetic narration and the fact these words come straight from your heart.

Yes you are my American queen and always will be and I love your twin sister too - I will send you both flowers on your dear sister's FACEBOOK page so look out for them.

Sending you my most sincere warmest wishes and good enerrgy from Colin, Little Miss Tiffy and Mister Gabriel at Canada time 7:30pm

ziyena from the Somewhere Out There on July 13, 2013:

I do not doubt

Voted up!

Audrey Howitt from California on July 13, 2013:

Beautiful! And what a wonderful experience Linda!

Vincent Moore on July 13, 2013:

I truly believe in spirits, I have encountered two in my lifetime thus far. And angels/spirits visiting loved ones often in their bedrooms at the foot of their beds is common. I'm so happy that peace was found and you all know that your mom cares, loves and watches over you all. Your poetry was brilliant, I loved every word and verse, so beautifully expressed dear poet. Shared and tweeted.

drbj and sherry from south Florida on July 13, 2013:

What a stunning experience, Linda, and what an awesome piece of poetry you created to describe it. Voted up, m'dear.

Wayne Barrett from Clearwater Florida on July 13, 2013:

Sad yet beautiful...and powerful in that it is a true account. Great work, Linda.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on July 13, 2013:

Gole Cat~you are such a sweetheart! I am so touched you liked my poem about mom's visit to my twinner. It's amazing that I was laying right next to Laura when mom came. We shared a bedroom for many years as kids. It's obvious that the visit was not intended for both twins, just Laura, the baby. Mom knew she would share it and give us all some peace. Laura had a really hard time after mom died and I was so glad she came to give her some hope and reassurance that everything would be alright. You coming by my hubs always means a lot Cat. Like I said before, you and I are kindred spirits. P.S. thanks for sharing this my friend.

cleaner3 from Pueblo, Colorado on July 13, 2013:

beautiful Poetry ..

Thomas Silvia from Massachusetts on July 13, 2013:

Hi my friend, loved reading your beautiful poem it was a wonderful read !

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on July 13, 2013:

So very lovely. They are always with us, and what a source of strength and hope that is. Simply beautiful. Thank you!

bill

Faith Reaper from southern USA on July 13, 2013:

Wow, Linda, thank you so much for sharing of this experience. That is an amazing photo! My husband's grandfather died and before we knew he had died, I was asleep and I had a dream that his face appear real close before my eyes, and looking straight into my eyes, and he said, "See you later."

Very interesting and glad you share this.

Voted up +++ and sharing

God bless, Faith Reaper

Martin Kloess from San Francisco on July 13, 2013:

The font added weight to the severity of this verse. Well done. thank you

Cat from New York on July 13, 2013:

Minnetonka Twin,

This is so absolutely beautiful and poignant. The poem itself is just amazing, truly it is. The story behind it, especially after reading the hub of yours I just read, really got me. I hope you and your big family of siblings was able to find some comfort in your mother's visits.

Simply beautiful... you really are a writer!

Up and others ~ Sharing too

Cat

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