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Short Funeral poem by Sandra Adams| Details |

Misty Morn

on his cheek
by her graveside
one drop


Short Funeral poem by Dylan Catalano| Details |

Put it on my tombstone

Lived amongst the dead
Then decided to join them


Short Funeral poem by HGarvey Daniel Esquire| Details |

The Sun Rose Again - Part Three

                                              Maybe??!!


Short Funeral poem by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO| Details |

blood tranfusion


<Contractual agreements with publisher caused DELETION


Short Funeral poem by Judy Konos| Details |

Prosecutor forgot

It's illegal not

to bury the dead due to

extreme health hazards 




Short Funeral poem by Jason Cunningham| Details |

Death

My Days have Come, My Nights have Past,

Death has Come to Me at Last.


Short Funeral poem by Jason Cunningham| Details |

Past

The Past is yours, the past is mine.

Your Past is Fine, Death was Mine.


Short Funeral poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

Hogan's Salute

Watched Hogan's Heroes
when i was a little child
rest in peace Bob Crane


Short Funeral poem by Justin Debrosse| Details |

Forked simulation

Parents crisscross
Love overrides a sullen display-
My mind is not on time


Short Funeral poem by Tirzah Conway| Details |

Where does the Time go

I feel as though time is slipping away,
And more is gone each passing day


Short Funeral poem by Brittany Reynolds| Details |

'Spooky Ku'

I stand at the grave,
amidst the black clothed mourners,
it is I who died.


Short Funeral poem by Robb A. Kopp| Details |

Life Song

Still funeral home

Sweet song of the metronome.

Ninety three steps home


Short Funeral poem by Gerard Keogh Jr.| Details |

darker than raindrops

darker than raindrops

mushroom cloud blooming purple....

I can see my bones


Short Funeral poem by Cathy Ncube| Details |

then creditors came

she worshipped money

clinched it 'til the day she died;

then creditors came


Short Funeral poem by Cathy Ncube| Details |

tears for sadness

God gave us tears to

release the sadness that death

brings into our lives


Short Funeral poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details |

Awakening

The funeral of a friend
is a rude awakening
for a man contemplating suicide.


Short Funeral poem by Patricia Sawyer| Details |

Decorations

 

green eggs on gravestones

with Easter baskets for two

I wonder aloud

 


Short Funeral poem by Christopher Bunton| Details |

Ribbons

Ribbons

Many Colors

On Display Openly

Casket Closes Sadly Meaning

Nothing


Short Funeral poem by humble b| Details |

Haiku Cigarettes

<center>
Cigarettes are gross.
They can really kill you too
Dead. Gone. Forever


Short Funeral poem by Lola Dreamz| Details |

Untimely Ends

Tormented soul speaks;
Truth in darkness lies buried.
Clouds weep bitter tears.


Short Funeral poem by Mark Goodson| Details |

Hank's Grave

Forget-me-nots bloom

My darling's epitaph reads

Do you hear the whippoorwill


Short Funeral poem by Laura Breidenthal| Details |

See Those Eyes

<center>Splintered dark
Girds the room that I despise
See those eyes...</center>


Short Funeral poem by Anoucheka Gangabissoon| Details |

The Ghost

<center>loving misty you
how come you are now a ghost
purple are my tears</center>


Short Funeral poem by humble b| Details |

LOVE - HAIKU

<center>Love is as love does
Peace begets peace; happy day
Unconditional </center>


Short Funeral poem by Patricia Sawyer| Details |

Skull Rack

  

pale naked head bones

grim remains of sacrifice

the horse heads hang low

 




Short Funeral poem by Justin Debrosse| Details |

Faces in funeral homes

Faces in funeral homes
We noses display grief-
I'm lost in memory of death's entrance


Short Funeral poem by Tara Andre| Details |

Silly Epitaph 18

Here lies the Rock Climber,
Henry Glenmeadow
Who climbed up ol' Mt. Everest
And then let go.


Short Funeral poem by Tara Andre| Details |

Silly Epitaph 7

He was a great doctor,

A pretty swell friend,

An intelligent person...

Except at the end.


Short Funeral poem by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO| Details |

Pessimistic Love



Love is

the morning dew...

lurking, looming

effervescent

enigmatic

...burned

...gone


Short Funeral poem by Eiken Laan| Details |

cemetery

cemetery



resting place



family gather around



many bitter sweet memories



silence


Short Funeral poem by Gerard Keogh Jr.| Details |

Screaming Mimi.

She left this world much the way she came in,

still kicking and screaming and conceived in sin.


Short Funeral poem by Stephen Parker| Details |

Grandpa's Funeral: Grandma's Face



silver furrowed brow

warm streams seep through pleated seams

shrivelled folds bleached white


Short Funeral poem by Jason Cunningham| Details |

bye

I love you im sorry,
Do not blame yourself.
I may not say goodbye today,
but one day I just might.


Short Funeral poem by Jessica Kuilan| Details |

Please don't cry

As I disappear before your eyes,
I do not die,
So please dont cry,
For I will live on
In your eyes


Short Funeral poem by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders| Details |

Sunlight



Sunlight 

shining brightly

down on mourners faces

brings tearsdrops under dark glasses

too soon




Short Funeral poem by Joseph Osita| Details |

a minute silent

a minute silent . . .
the cackling of a child
in the hall


the cow feeds 
on grass sprout . . .
goats bleat


Short Funeral poem by Ammy Avocet| Details |

I Lost You That Day

I lost you that day 

when it was 

raining, 



And drops 

of your face 

clumsily, 



r o l l e d away.


Short Funeral poem by Sarah Casey| Details |

Dark Dodoitsu

branches gripping to ice-wind
ground, a white-hue of regret
standing lonesome, falling down
losing everything.


Short Funeral poem by lalala lalala| Details |

oldman

once there was an old man on a lane

he always had many cats

then he took a train

and went down another lane


Short Funeral poem by Volodymyr Knyr| Details |

The father's skill

The father's skill on how to meet his end,
that's what for sure his children will descend.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014


Short Funeral poem by kathryn collins| Details |

almond petal pall




barely pink blossoms
Vincents funeral blanket
lay atop his grave

Kathryn McLoughlin Collins 
July 26, 2012


Short Funeral poem by Gypsyof Essence| Details |

Deadman Walking

Deadman Walking.

Entranced in thought.

Forgiveness forgotten.

Ghost of the future.

As the hood comes down!!


Short Funeral poem by James Chenevert| Details |

Origional quote

Life in the fast lane ends up with you being the lead car,

in a slow moving funeral procession. 

J. K. Chenevert 1995


Short Funeral poem by Joe Flach| Details |

Title







skidding tires-



                              crying at her funeral









Entry in the Broken Monoku contest


Short Funeral poem by Chelsea Boyd| Details |

The Elements

The fire consumes our souls

The wind spreads the fire

The earth catches the sparks

The water destroys the funeral pyre.


Short Funeral poem by Jennifer Ratcliffe| Details |

Station Bench

Everyone is a child's child.

Everyone is grown some
little, some hardly at all.

Everyone is one
until they are none,
no more.


Short Funeral poem by jimmy musk| Details |

FOREVER TOMORROW

IF YOU NEVER NEW YOU HAD A DISEASE
YOU PROBABLY LIVE FOREVER 
BUT NOW YOU NOW YOU HAVE A DISEASE 
IT'S DEAD AND GONE TOMORROW 




Short Funeral poem by Laura Breidenthal| Details |

Underneath the House

dragging feeble feet
a silent walk to death's grasp
beaten under house
the last sigh escapes her lungs
whiskers shrivel as years pass


Short Funeral poem by corey scholz| Details |

the hypocrisy of children

the girl in the purple leotard

that everyone made fun of

until the accident

when they all went to the funeral

and pretended to cry


Short Funeral poem by Liliana Negoi| Details |

mourning... - tanka

heaven is heavy

with the tears of angels

shed for falling stars...

pain's knocking at heavens' gates

asking for its toll of salt...


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