Rose Bereavement Poems

These Rose Bereavement poems are examples of Bereavement poems about Rose. These are the best examples of Bereavement Rose poems written by international poets.


Amy Sue where are you by bonnie dodd
start

I whisper every night in the still of darkness
My eye fill with tears “keep my children safe” God I used to prey
But 365 days ago...

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Categories: anger, bereavement, daughter, death,

Premium Memberrest in heaven by James Edward Lee Sr.
rest in heaven

the one beyond belief
can never be complete
special power prodigal
shall never  be denied
what's use for absolutes
for we our all gonna die
physical breathe grasp
gasp...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, bereavement, birth,



Premium MemberEASTER 2018 by James Edward Lee Sr.


Immediate family ever so small now
Most of all are gone
Core family now my adult children
And now a new grandchild to tell the joys of
The savior,...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, celebration, easter,

Premium MemberJESUS ALIVE TODAY by James Edward Lee Sr.
JESUS ALIVE TODAY

is alive today
my Lord washed my sins away
is alive today

carried a cross tree
up onto a hill that's called
 Calvary, Jesus 

died, yet alive...

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Categories: assonance, bereavement, celebration, community,

Premium MemberTHREE PM GOOD FRIDAY by James Edward Lee Sr.
They spat at Him
Lead Him to His grave
Nailed Him to a cross
All though it was lost
This man whom was once the babe
Birth in the town...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, birth, celebration,

Dedicated to by Brenda Rose
Please take my friend to heaven
For this to you Lord I implore
Don’t let her at all suffer
I pray for this not to happen anymore.

She’s been...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, death of

Premium MemberGARDEN'S SACRIFICIAL LAMB JESUS by James Edward Lee Sr.
GARDEN'S SACRIFICIAL LAMB JESUS

Let me pass
I'd go neither north or south
There's no need to react
I'm presenting myself
a living sacrifice
And my life no longer under law
God...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, recovery from,

Premium MemberOut of the Ground He Rose My Father's Flower Rose by James Edward Lee Sr.
Out of the Ground He Rose My Father's Flower Rose...

He was planted in a cave placed there by the soldiers;
After they had crucified Him put...

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Categories: assonance, bereavement, blessing, caregiving,

Premium MemberJESUS ROSE THE CROWN by James Edward Lee Sr.
how many thorns have
has the rose on it's long stem
how many thorns have

beautiful roses
the rose with all it's petals
how many thorns Lord

and as they mocked...

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Categories: bereavement, change, dedication, desire,

Premium Member resting in my bed in HEAVEN by James Edward Lee Sr.
resting in my bed in    HEAVEN

As I laid horizontal asleep in my vision
When I rose I realized
I was instantly in the present...

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Categories: absence, appreciation, assonance, bereavement,

The Castle In The Gloom by David Welch
On Devon’s moors I found myself
walking to clear my head,
to shake off loss for just a bit,
and see a color other than red,
feel something other...

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Categories: bereavement, death, depression, loss,

childhood days by echoing greens
waking up in the morning with a cheerful glee
happiness is all we see
delicious smell of mom's cook
given to you while reading a book 
living a...

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Categories: bereavement, autumn, baby, baseball, basketball,

Have you seen our little sister by Julian Scutts
How wan the lily of the vale, 
How sick the rose. 
No children play, 
No children sing. 

Have you seen our little sister? 
We saw...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, little sister,

Nostalgia by Brooklyn Cruz
I have dried up rose petals from past lovers
In a little jewelry box
The browns and pales long ago were bright colors
But beauty is tied to...

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, break up,

Premium MemberSonnet 30 by Luis Estable
The errors of the eyes, some very huge.
They see the sky as blue, a yellow sun.
At times, I think the eyes are nature`s stooge.
The rose...

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Categories: beautiful, bereavement, blue,

Phoenix by Daniel Victorian
Like a Phoenix she rose from the ashes.
And her hair was bright red like a flame.
And I can see the fire in her eyes.
And I...

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Categories: bereavement, addiction, age, anger, anxiety,

Premium MemberThe Death of Innocence by Frederic Parker
Raised by wormy flesh from the ravages of war
Broken years of struggle rose from ashes
seeking justice
Singers sung in joyous tones
Artists guiding frustrated youth 
to find...

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Categories: bereavement, conflict, culture,

Premium MemberRose Guardian by Wayne Kingston
Proud helm of polished sterling
mirrors warming sunlight,
sprightly candle lights.
Valiant lithe vase,
subtle strength known
slender and tall,
rigidly mourns the passing
of his velvet, 
crimson, 
rosette.

~~~~~~~~~

(rose guardian)
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Categories: bereavement, caregiving, lost love,

Coffee Talk by Mario Vitale
Coffee Talk

you don't have to say you love me...
 as a bug snuggled in a rug,
 aroma...basking in the aroma
 a time well spent in...

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Categories: bereavement, addiction, age, america, art,

Premium MemberGONE TOO SOON by JEAN MURRAY
How long 'til rose wilts
once I place it on your grave?
We lay you to rest.
Gone too soon are you from us,
today as we bury you.

19/06/2017...

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Categories: absence, appreciation, bereavement,