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Elegy Funny Poems | Elegy Poems About Funny
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You'll be missed,
You will always be remembered.
All those good times
I had because of you.
I regret this loss
More than any.
Goodbye, social life.
You'll be missed.
Copyright © Alex Brown | Year Posted 2010
Once, something we took for granted
Now gone, forever to be mourned.
My source of awesome anime has been transplanted.
Cartoon Network, you face an enemy scorned!
Though it's been so long I still miss it. RIP Tom.
Copyright © Rocky Swartzfager | Year Posted 2012
Prof. Twittie died from an
experiment; like and unlike Socrates, he intentionally
took hemlock, to see how the afterlife looks like
He intended to return
to the physical world after his
observations, which he didn't
For a century now, no one following
Prof. Twittie’s school of thought
has yet dared to take poison,
in order to return with Prof. Twittie
back to the physical world,
and finally conclude their findings
in pen and print
Copyright © Teddy Kimathi | Year Posted 2014
She could feel it in her bones.
Chills promising her she would
would never be alone.
I cried the night he left, he
just went away leaving me with
a scar of sweet memories. I held
him dear to me he was the only one
who I had led to my heart and opened
He didn't deserve it, oh no he didn't
But he was the one she loved and as the
tears dropped she turned to stone.
Copyright © Shahana Jackson | Year Posted 2005