Alfie Evans & # 39; s mother has written a touching poem in memory of her son, who died in the early hours of Saturday (British time).
Kate James, who led a protracted litigation over Alfie's treatment for a neurological derailment condition, shared a tribute to the 23-month-old saying, "We love you Alfie."
The poem reads, "Mommy, please do not cry now, because I have to go to sleep, I will always be beside you."
"To dry the tears, cry. Dad, please be strong now. It's time for me to rest. The three of us together dad. We fought, we did our best. You have brought my fight to everyone.
"The Courts, the Queen, the Pope While you still take care of your baby, you never give up hope."
"And now the pain carries heavy pain. When the time comes to separate. Although you no longer hold me in your arms. I will live on in your heart.
"For the Good Lord, he called me to sit by his side, watch over both of you, with never-ending pride, One final message to my army.
" Please hold your loved one. No one is promised time. Now I have to say good night.
It has also surfaced that Alfie Evans' father, Tom Evans, was struggling to keep his son alive mouth-to-mouth before being forced to accept that he could not save him The Daily Mail reported.
Family members have revealed how Tom, 21, "blows and blows" when he tries to reanimate Alfie for 10 minutes in the early morning hours of Saturday.
The 23-month-old, who was at the center of a lawsuit for his parents to bring him out of the UK for treatment, died at 2:30 pm
Alfie's parents Tom and Kate James, 20, spent their last moments as a family lying in bed with their son, who falls asleep together after finally losing his battle against a rare degenerative disease.
A relative told the mirror, "It was a really hard day since Alfie had been battling since early morning."
"He picked it up and we thought everything would be fine."
"But At around 1:30 pm, we received a call that we should return to the hospital. "
Meanwhile, more than 1,000 mourners gathered to pay their respects after the news of his tragic death was announced via Facebook.
As his parents, Tom and Kate, both from Liverpool, mourned at Alder Hey Hospital, consoling family members, friends, and supporters out there.
Supporters chanted his name, sang You'll never go alone and release balloons – At this point, an eagle saw through the eyes of social media users have seen a face in the clouds.
A picture of the emotional vigil has shocked the people on Facebook who say they can see Alfie.
On Facebook, Anne-Marie Iliff said: "I see the little face in the clouds."
Hazel Broadie said, "When the balloons were released, the sun came out and in the clouds it looks like a smiling baby lay down !!! Deffo little Alfie looking down on everyone, little man."
Natalie Marie, adding: Looking down on his army.
Sharnie McDonagh shared another image with: "Somebody just split that when Lettin (sic) balloons set off, because Alfie can see our sleeping soldier in the clouds, resting in peace, sleep, solid Lilman always in our hearts."
Natalie-Naily Price wrote: " Oh, look … little Alfie looks down on his army, God loves him. X. "
Alfie's mother Kate James shared a poem on Facebook with the words" we love you "Alfie".
It is believed that the toddler whose exact condition had not been diagnosed suffered from DNA-related mitochondrial disease.
Alfie was born healthy, but after making strange movements at home and missing important developments in early life, was hospitalized.
Alfie went into a semi-vegetative state for over a year.
Alfie's parents, Thomas and Kate, had fought to bring him to Italy for treatment, but a judge ruled that the terminally ill child should not be
On Wednesday, the last appeal was lost.
Alfie breathed after being bailed out for five days, but breathed his last breath on Saturday at 2:30.
The parents announced Alfie's death on Saturday, when tens of thousands paid tribute on Facebook
Tom, 21, wrote: "My gladiator put down his shield and got his wings at 02:30 … absolutely heartbroken.  "I LOVE YOU MY GUY. "
According to reports, his parents slept with Alfie for hours after his death in the last hours of his family.
Mr Evans had previously argued that his Son is healthy enough to fly to Italy after surviving days
Judge of the Supreme Court, Judge Hayden, said in his verdict: "The sad truth is that it is not. With little, yes, without hesitation, I reject that. "