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Snowdrop Miscarriage Card

$5.00

Comforting poem for miscarriage or child loss. Card has Snowdrop pattern design inspired by the "Little Snowdrop" poem specifically for grieving mamas who have suffered miscarriage or infant loss.

"Little Snowdrop" Poem:

The world may never notice
If a Snowdrop doesn’t bloom,
Or even pause to wonder
If the petals fall too soon.
But every life that ever forms,
Or ever comes to be,
Touches the world in some small way
For all eternity.
The little one we long for
Was swiftly here and gone.
But the love that was then planted
Is a light that still shines on.
And though our arms are empty,
Our hearts know what to do.
Every beating of our hearts
Says that we love you.

-Author Unknown

Size: 5" x 7" Vertical

Paper: 13 pt. Premium Linen

Color: Full Color Front (Outside), No Back (Inside)

Kraft envelope included


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Snowdrop Miscarriage Card

$5.00

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Deborah Wheeler
Candle

Very lovely, my niece loved the poem on the candle. She thought it was perfect.

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