AZAYLIA Cain's mum Safiyya shared a heartbreaking poem from their late daughter to dad Ashley.
The devastated parents tragically lost their little girl last month after a brave battle with leukaemia, she was just eight months old.
Taking to her Instagram Story late last night, Safiyya shared the moving poem, which was written atop a stunning image of Ashley with Azaylia.
The words referenced many personal moments for the family – including the comfort they find in the sunset since Azaylia's death, Ashley taking up running to help with his grief, and one of Azaylia's favourite Jungle Book songs.
It read: "You may not see me daddy but I walk alongside you, you may not hear me daddy but I say I love you too.
"You may not feel me daddy but I put my hand in yours, guiding you through the days, opening every door.
"Sometimes you might not see any signs, just know I'm having fun. I'll make the brightest star shine while you're out on your run.
"One day you will see me again, I know you can't wait I bet, I'll be here to walk you in, I'm waiting in the sunset.
"Until then daddy, I know you'll do your best, chanting 'let's go champ, I'll never get some rest'.
"I love you daddy, I really do – I'm singing in paradise: 'I wanna be like yooouu'".
Safiyya added: "Beautiful, just for you, daddy – I love you".
Earlier this week, the devoted couple paid moving tribute to Azaylia on what would have been her nine-month milestone.
They broke down in tears and found comfort after spotting a stunning double rainbow in the sky, with both Ashley and Safiyya admitting to looking up at the sky daily for "signs" from their daughter.
The couple have been honest in their solace from the clouds when opening up about their crippling grief on social media.
Ashley admitted that it'd brought him "peace" after he and Safiyya spotted their daughter's face, angels, and even Azaylia's initial in the clouds after her death.
Safiyya previously said that she struggled to get out of bed through her pain and heartache, adding that the world is a "scary place to wake up to".
She also questioned "why Azaylia" as she battled sleepless nights, with Ashley sharing that planning their little girl's funeral had "brought him to his knees".
At the beginning of April, the devoted parents revealed that doctors had told them they could no longer treat Azaylia's leukaemia, which she was diagnosed with at just eight weeks old.
The family had just raised over £1million for her to get specialist treatment in Singapore when they were delivered the heartbreaking news, with medics finding tumours throughout her body – including on her brain.
In the weeks that followed, Azaylia needed several blood transfusions as she started to cry blood, and suffer nosebleeds – with purple bruises also appearing on her body as her illness meant that her blood could not clot.
She stopped breathing several times and began to suffer seizures in her final days, with Safiyya and Ashley providing their daughter round-the-clock care alongside their close family members.
Azaylia passed away at home on 24 April, with Ashley and Safiyya both paying emotional tribute as they broke the news on social media the following day.
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