I am very sorry for your loss. My Mom, who had 5 children, had a miscarriage. And I had a miscarriage, too, and have 4 children. So know that you are not alone, and an early miscarriage does not mean anything is wrong with you, or your ability to carry a baby.
My sister has 4 living daughters. She had a miscarriage with her second or third pregnancy. The doctor told her it was a blighted ovum, meaning a baby never actually developed, but it was more like just cells. However, she had a dream that the baby was a healthy boy. She and her husband decided to name him Michael Kevin, after his father (Kevin Micheal).
I guess I'm just trying to say to take this at your own pace, and grieve in your own way. If you do run into people who cannot possibly understand or support you, don't try to explain it to them. Just let their words bounce off you, and know that you have plenty of support from your husband, family, and friends.
Maybe you can print out a nice copy of that beautiful poem, with all the dates on it. You could hang it on the wall, or put it someplace special.
Condolences to you, and all the others who have posted about their miscarriages!