Kenzo Amariyo

Author & Poet

Poems for Loved Ones

NEW EDITION COMING 2020
I will post updates on the progress of the book when I have them. Thank you for your patience, it will be worth your wait.
Edition: 1st – Updated

Publisher: Austin Macauley

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ISBN-13: 978-1528932615

About the Book: Poems for Loved Ones – is heartfelt poetry aimed at those who are grieving and those remembering. It has been written to help bring comfort to hurting hearts. Poems for Loved Ones looks briefly at death, dying, grief and moving on, this current edition has 50 poems with reference to adults and children.

This book has been very popular at funerals and memorial services and suggests the idea that:

“Like Birth – Death is Just a Change of Worlds on Our Journey to Enlightenment” – Kenzo

Poems for Loved Ones has been a real blessing. My mum passed last year and I was struggling with the grief. It helped me to see that she wasn’t really gone, just not here with us. Some of the poems make me bawl my eyes out, but its good, I need to. Just wish the grief and pain would go away quicker. Janice Keats & Family

I was bought this book as a gift after losing my son, I didn’t believe in spiritual things but now i do. may be its just because i don’t want to believe he’s gone for ever. Good book. Mark O

No one can prepare you for the loss of a baby, the feeling is beyond words. Its been 2 years now and although I still feel numb I no I am moving closer to acceptance. It doesn’t make it any easier but it is helping me to learn to live with the pain and loss. Your poems have been a real help especially “Fly Little One”. M. Saunders

Kenzo, when Christine died I wanted to die to. Your poems gave me strength and hope. I take the book with me when I visit her grave and read them to her. I hope she hears. Cheers. It’s gonna be a long journey. Matthew L

When my husband died, I thought my world had ended. You showed me that there was still hope and that he can possibly still hear and see me. Thank you, your gift is priceless. Amanda Jeffries

Thank you – My daughters love the book, they find it really helps. Jim

Superb book, after losing someone very close I found the poems very comforting. One of the poems was read out at the funeral. Can’t thank you enough, I am pleased you have a new version coming out, I will definitely buy it. Dawn C.

Useful poems. A.R

After just reading the first paragraph of the first poem, I was in tears! This book completely took me by surprise at how deeply moving and powerful these poems are. As I read on, I found it to be a very healing experience which enabled me to say goodbye, let go and find comfort in the future. This book will most certainly aid you and/or your loved ones through the many emotions we can feel when faced with loss. Claire E

Always There

The time has come
To say goodbye,
It’s time to stretch
My wings and fly.

I haven’t left you
All alone,
But now have freedom
So I can roam.

Through space, past stars
The moon to rest,
Feel me resting
Upon your chest.

I’m the little bird
The floating feather,
Always here
Whatever the weather.

So close your eyes
And open your heart,
Feel me within
For we’ll never part.

 

Fly Little One

Fly little one,
Fly really high.
Don’t look back,
Don’t even sigh.

One minute you’re here,
The next you were gone.
One minute a blessing,
Now just a song.

A song in my heart,
A sweet memory.
We’ll meet once again,
It’ll be real Heavenly.

 

I Hear The Trumpet

The trumpet is blowing,
The Angels rejoice.
My presence is needed,
My Spirit, My voice.

The Angels are coming,
Their songs fill my ear.
This is my time,
Don’t mourn love, just cheer.

My purpose is done,
My day has drawn nigh.
It now is my turn,
To go home – don’t cry.

The arms of Great Mystery,
Are waiting for me.
Love and tranquillity,
I send to thee.

 

Daddy Went To Heaven Today

Daddy went to heaven today,
My happiness has gone away.
Who’ll tie my shoes and ruff my hair?
Who’ll carry me up the winding stair?

How could God take him from our home?
Now we’re all sad and all alone.
I know God needed another Saint,
But it’s not ok, it really aint.

Mummy’s crying, her voice is low,
I heard her asking God “Why so?”
I know she’s hurting really bad,
Now we’re all feeling very sad.

But mummy said, “He’s in the sky,
Shining brightly and that’s why,
Because God needed one more light,
To make the night sky much more bright.

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