80 SYMPATHY for Loss Of An Aunt Quotes And RIP Condolence Messages

SYMPATHY for Loss Of An Aunt Quotes And RIP Condolence Messages

Sad about the death of your beloved aunt? If you are looking for sympathy messages and RIP quotes for your aunt, then we have the best collection of loss of an aunt quotes, sayings, messages, poems, cards, status, captions, (with images, and pictures) to help you deal with the loss of your favorite aunt. Aunts and nieces or nephews have a very special relationship. Your aunt is a person you can trust, a friend, and a guide. She’s always there for you when you need her. Losing a loved aunt breaks your heart. It makes you feel so sad and hurt that you can’t even put it into words.

SYMPATHY for Loss Of An Aunt Quotes

“My Aunt is a beautiful angel in heaven, and every day I blow kisses to her!”

“I have a guardian angel in heaven. Her name is my AUNT. Rest In Peace”

“I found you hiding in the shadows of the trees. Then, I found you again in the flowers’ smiles.”

loss of an aunt quotes

“Time dulls the pain of loss, but memory brings back every leaf.”

“I’m glad I found you. Now you’ll never leave me, because I’ll always be able to find you in the beauty of life.”

“You can’t say goodbye. No matter where you go, you’ll always be in my heart.”

“May God hold you in the palm of his hand until we meet again.”

“It broke our hearts to lose you, but you were never alone, because when God took you home, a part of us went with you.”

“An aunt is a special person to think of with pride, remember with warmth, and love.”

“Beautiful memories of an aunt are kept in silence. We loved them very much and will never forget them.”

“An aunt is a gift that can only be judged by the heart.”

RIP Messages For Aunt

“Death leaves a hole in the heart that no one can fill, but it also leaves a memory that no one can take. Aunty, rest in peace. You will always be in our hearts.”

“You were more than a mother, a true friend, and an angel walking around on earth. Aunty, I hope to see you again one day. May you sleep well.”

loss of an aunt quotes

“Only an aunt can give hugs like a mother, keep secrets like a sister, and show love like a friend. “Rest in peace, aunty.”

“The hardest thing for me is to accept that you are no longer with us. I hope you can help me and give me the strength to keep going. RIP aunt.”

“The picture of you in heaven wearing a white robe is the light that helps me get through every day’s problems. “Rest in peace, aunty.”

“I think I’ll always miss you, because this is so hard to get over, like taking a bitter pill. Love you, auntie, and may you rest in peace.”

“An aunt we loved very much and will never forget left us with beautiful memories.”

“Losing you was the worst thing that ever happened to me, because you were more to me than just a mother. May you find peace in heaven and lead us from there.”

“Dearest aunt, you’re special, you’re precious, and you’re dear. Every day, we love you more and more.”

“Rest in peace, auntie, we’ll never forget you. You will always have a special place in our hearts because of that.”

“Time dulls the pain of grief.” But memory makes each leaf turn. Aunty, rest in peace. You will always be in our hearts.”

“Thank you, sweet aunt, for setting an example of good behavior that everyone can follow. We really miss you! Aunty, may you rest in peace.”

“An aunt is someone you should think of with pride, remember with warmth, and love. RIP, dear auntie!”

“An aunt is a gift that you will always have, even after you die. RIP, dear auntie.”

“My aunt is my guardian angel in heaven. I send kisses up to the sky.”

Condolences & Sympathy Messages For Aunt

“If I could just talk to you for a minute, I’d tell you how much I love and miss you. Aunty, rest in peace, and may you find us worthy of your divine protection from heaven.”

“Today is your birthday, aunty, and it seems like I saw you in my dreams wearing white robes and calling out to me to celebrate. Every day, we miss you, but we still have hope that we’ll see you again someday. “Rest in peace, aunty.”

loss of an aunt quotes

“As I wipe away a tear, I close my eyes. I can’t help but wish you were still here. I will keep every memory close to my heart. We’ll never be apart as long as we have these memories.”

“I went for a walk to try to get over the fact that you were leaving. I know you’re in a better place, but God has to know I miss you. Later that night, I shed the tear I’d been holding back for you.”

“I miss you, Aunty. I am 13 now. You are with me every day, but it’s not the same. We didn’t see each other very often, which… Now that you’re farther away, I’m by myself. “Rest in peace, aunty.”

“Aunt, without you, I would have missed a lot of events and couldn’t have done a lot of things. Aunty, rest in peace knowing that you raised a copy of yourself.”

“When I lost you, I thought I had lost you, but now I know that you went to heaven to protect me and help me get ready for the next life. “Rest in peace, aunty.”

“I never really thought you were gone until I saw the sun rise and it looked like you were wearing a white robe and watching over us from heaven. May you rest in peace, auntie, and I hope to meet you someday.”

“It’s been a long time since you left us to be our protector, but I still remember every moment I spent with you. May you rest in peace, auntie, and lead us through life’s dark times.”

“You are one of the best things that have ever happened to me, but now that you are gone, I feel empty. May you love and protect me because you think I deserve it. “Rest in peace, aunty.”

Powerful Quotes About Aunt Passing Away

“We had a great aunt who never really aged. Her smile was like sunshine, and her heart was as strong as gold.”

“I thought I saw her face this morning when the sun was shining. Then I heard the angel say, “She has finished her work on earth.”

“I was thinking about you today, but that’s not unusual. I thought about you yesterday and the days before that. I think about you quietly, and I say your name often. I only have memories of you and a picture of you in a frame. Your memory is something I’ll always keep with me. God is holding you, and I am holding you in my heart.”

“Aunt, without you I would have missed a lot of things, I wouldn’t have been able to do certain things, and I don’t think I would have become the person I am today.”

“Those we love don’t leave us; they walk beside us every day, unseen and unheard but always close, still loved, still missed, and very dear.”

“Dearest Aunt, you are special, priceless, and dear! Every year, we think of you more and love you more.

“For a special aunt. It’s always a treat to talk to you. You are the best aunt in the world. Your love and kindness can’t be forgotten, and I’ll always put you first. We’ve had a lot of good times together our whole lives. And it’s wonderful to have an aunt like you.”

“Even though her smile is gone for good and I can’t touch her hand, I still have a lot of memories of the person I loved so much.” Now, my memory of her is a keepsake I’ll never give up. God is taking care of her, and I keep her in my heart. Sadly missed, but never forgotten.”

“When you wake up in the quiet of the morning, I am the quick, uplifting rush of quiet birds flying in a circle. I’m the stars that shine softly at night.”

“So don’t think we’re too far apart if tomorrow starts without me. Because every time you think of me, I’m right here in your heart.” – David M. Romano

“The truth is that you will always be sad. You won’t “get over” the death of a loved one; instead, you’ll learn to deal with it. You will get better, and the loss you’ve gone through will not change who you are. You will get better, but you won’t be the same. Also, you shouldn’t be the same, and you wouldn’t want to be.” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

“May the soft winds of heaven blow in your ear and whisper. We love and miss you so much, and we wish you were here. RIP Auntie”

Long Funeral Poems For An Aunt

“To laugh often and a lot; to win the respect of intelligent people and the love of children; to earn the respect of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a little bit better, whether through a healthy child, a garden patch, or a better social situation; to know that one life has breathed easier because you were here. This must have worked.” Emerson Ralph Waldo

“Don’t cry at my grave. I’m not there, and I don’t sleep there. I am a thousand winds that blow, the sparkle of a diamond on snow, the sun on grain that is ready to be picked, and the soft rain of autumn. When you wake up in the quiet of the morning, I am the quick rush of quiet birds flying in a circle. I am the stars that twinkle softly at night. Don’t cry at my grave because I’m not there and I didn’t die.” – Mary E. Frye

“I thought of you with love today, but that’s nothing new. I thought of you yesterday and days before that, too. I think of you in silence and often say your name. All I have are memories and a picture of you in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake I’ll never get rid of. God is taking care of you, and I am thinking about you.

“We had a great aunt who never really got old. Her smile was like the sun, and her heart was as strong as gold. Her eyes were as bright as stars, and you could see roses on her cheeks. We had a great aunt, and that will always be the case. But be careful, because She is still watching all of us. Let’s make sure what She sees is good.”

“I can’t say that she’s dead, and I won’t say that she’s dead. She’s just gone.” With a happy smile and a wave of the hand, she wandered off into a land she didn’t know. We were left to dream about how fair that land must be if she stayed there. And you, who the wildest yearn From the old steps and the happy return, think of how she’s doing, as dear in the love of there as in the love of here. I tell you to keep thinking of her the same way: “She is not dead, she is just gone.” – James Whitcom Riley

“You may have unimaginable wealth in the form of jewel boxes and gold chests. You’ll never be richer than me because I had an aunt who read to me.” – Strickland Gillilan

“Death, don’t be proud, even though people have called you “mighty and dreadful.” You’re not. Those you think you’re beating up, you’re not. Don’t die, poor Death, and you can’t kill me either. From rest and sleep, which are just your pictures, comes a lot of pleasure, so a lot more must come from you. Soon, our best men will go with you to rest their bones and let their souls go. You’re a slave to fate, chance, kings, and men who are desperate. And you live with poison, war, and sickness, and poppy or charms can put us to sleep just as well or better than your stroke, so why are you so big? One short sleep past, we wake eternally Death will no longer exist. Death, you will die.” – John Donne

“When I worry that I might die before my pen has picked through my full brain, before high-piled books in charactery hold the full-ripened grain like rich granaries, When I see, on the night’s starry face, huge cloudy symbols of a high romance, and I think that I may never live to trace their shadows with the magic hand of chance, and when I feel, fair creature of an hour, that I shall never look at you again, never enjoy the faery power of unreflecting love, I stand alone on the edge of the wide world and think until love and fame fade away.” – John Keats

“Who knows where to find a good woman? for her worth is much more than rubies. Strength and honor are what she wears, and she will be happy in the future. She speaks with wisdom, and the law of kindness is in her tongue. She takes care of her family and doesn’t eat the bread of idleness. Her children stand up and call her blessed, and so does her husband. Many daughters have been good, but you are better than all of them. Favor is deceptive and beauty is meaningless, but a woman who respects the Lord will be praised. Give her what she has worked for, and let her own work praise her in the streets.” – Proverbs 31: 10, 25-31

“Don’t cry for me anymore when I’m dead.” Then you’ll hear a sad, sad bell. Tell the world that I’ve run away. From this dirty world where the dirtiest worms live: If you read this line, don’t remember who wrote it, because I love you so much that you would forget me in your sweet thoughts. If thinking about me makes you sad. O, if you look at this verse and think, “I might have made myself out of clay,” don’t even say my poor name. But let your love die, even while I’m still alive, so that the world won’t laugh at you and me when I’m gone. – The Bard of Avon

Sweet RIP Quotes and Messages for Aunty

“In loving memory, auntie: It’s that time of year again, Auntie, when I miss you more because I don’t see your smiling face walk through my door. I know you’re watching over me from heaven, and if God had a favorite angel, it would be you. But I’ll always remember all the days that have come and gone, and I’ll know that the love you had for me was meant to last.”

“My Uncle: My aunt just died today, and I’m in a lot of pain. Even though I haven’t talked to her in a while, her presence and love made my childhood better. She wasn’t too old or too young, but from the day she was diagnosed with diabetes, which can kill, she was always sick. Whenever I think of her, I can’t help but smile. Her death made me face the simple truths of life again, and I realized that what matters most is not blood relation but heart connection.

“A memory for all time…until we meet again. Those special memories of you will always make me smile. If I could just have you back for a short time, I would. Then we could sit down and talk like we used to. You have always meant a lot to me, and you always will. I will always be sad that you are no longer here, but you will always be in my heart until we meet again.”

“It’s amazing what you realize when you lose someone: you get mad at yourself for not saying the things you could have said a million times, and you take for granted the days you spent doing nothing when you could have been with them. Anyone can die at any time, but we always wait until they’re gone to say the things we never had the courage to say before.”

“A light in our family has gone out, a voice we loved is no longer heard, and a spot in our home will never be filled. We have to be sad about the death of someone we would have liked to keep, but God, who loved her the most, has put her to sleep. After a lifetime of her love, happiness, and music, she died. God gives us these beautiful memories to help us get through our sadness.”

“With deepest sympathy, I hope you understand that even though these words are short, we are thinking of you and praying for you. Many people who knew your loved one well feel your pain. So, there are more thoughts of care for you than words can say. Just the same words to show how much we care about you. As we pray for you, may you feel the strength of God.”

“A memory for all time…Without you, life is not the same. Even though the sun still comes up in the east and night falls, nothing seems to be the same and each day is not as bright. The birds still sing, the flowers still grow, and the wind still whispers, but without you, the world will never, ever be the same. It’s so sad that you had to leave. Your departure hurt so much, but you were very special, and heaven got a great person.

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