Sad Bereavement Poems

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


Premium MemberLord, Help My Poor Soul by Regina Elliott
  Edgar, you must have had, all at once, in your mind,
  poems of ravens and maidens,
  creeping shadows, cemeteries in October's...

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Categories: bereavement, death, devotion, poetry,

A Broken Heart by Lucy Harley
A Broken Heart

Treat me gently as I am still broken
Eclipsed with grief
Will daylight ever infiltrate my life again
I'm struggling to find a rainbow after the...

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Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, heartbroken,



I've Bargained And Accepted My Angry Denial Poem by Cheryl Lightsey
Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance...
The five stages of grief;
It's been a year now and still I've no relief.
I'm still in denial; you did not...

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Categories: anger, bereavement, grief, sad,

VICTIMS by Oluwasola Abiola
Objects of pleasure they see us as
Attacking us from every angle and any corner
With our tiny voices we scream
Scream till we have no breath to...

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Categories: anger, bereavement, sad,

Premium MemberOcean Elegy by Gregory R Barden


~     songbird croons his love ...



               ...

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Categories: bereavement, bird, nature, sad,

The Angel And Cloud by David Horne
At a bar up in heaven called the Angel and Cloud, where the are no last orders, there is gathered a crowd; theres my dad...

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Categories: bereavement, death,

Chop Up A Chicken by Johnny Williams
Anti-social at its finest
I'm Johnny Unitas
Nobody’s highness
I hate drugs
I hate when people rely on highness
Yes weed heads turn into junkies
My crush when I was 16...

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Categories: bereavement, brother, integrity, nostalgia,

My dearest Schylar by SCHYLAR ROSE
Dearest Schylar, these words seek forgiveness for dad.
Forgiveness for unfulfilled promises, that makes me so sad. 
My heart ache, my mood is gloomy, yes I...

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Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, father

Premium MemberThe News that brought the blues by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
God has been good 
He has been kind
He gave us a lot of time.

We were bless
We were put through a lot of test
And every time...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, best friend,

A Weary Warrior by R. e. taylor
A Weary Warrior
By R.e. Taylor

His sword lays on the ground
He has been a warrior all his life
Fighting so many battles
But never attaining anything
He has tried...

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Categories: bereavement, life, sad,

For Maya Angelou: Like A Cherished Effigy by Chime Justice Ndubuisi
I hold it up again today; the world,
Pregnant with magical dimples
Of a child's reckless abandon,
And look at the face,
Then I look at the deep cut
And...

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Categories: bereavement, death, heartbroken, memorial,

Premium Member Anger And Tears Is All That's Left by Eve Roper
A small heart, princess in pink, infant flawless love, 
steals and snuggles, in mortals and Gods soul.

        ...

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Categories: anger, baby, bereavement, sad,

Gwraig Annwn by Rico Leffanta
'Twixt the trees of Maes-y-Deri
Flies a winsome little fairy
Searching for the happy sounds
Which once filled the Griffiths' grounds

Winter, springtime, summer, fall
She flies above the grasses...

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Categories: bereavement, childhood, fairy, girl,

Premium MemberPlease Do Not Disturb by Amy Sell
On a sunny morning in September 1984
My mom’s best friend Linda drove to the grocery store
With her four-year-old daughter Becky in tow
Listening to the radio,...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, car, emotions,

Premium MemberHis Old Clothes by CayCay Jennings
decide … phone people … arrangements need made …
cannot pick … call who … where … when … oh, casket …
My world just stray-shattered fully...

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Categories: bereavement, clothes, dad, death,

James Gallagher by Paul Gallagher

Think slow lyrics like Leonard Cohen. Think of his melody. His open talk that’s flowing. Now think of your life. Describe it in poem. Will...

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Categories: bereavement, children, family, father

Blue Skies by Dana Redricks
Author Dana Redricks
May 19, 2018

Blue skies and tear
drops of stories
untold
facing the battles within
The war is raging
and I see the smoke
from endless miles
wishing I was at...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, blue, deep,

Premium MemberMy Tragic Unforeseen Death by John Gondolf
A melancholy mood prevails today,
and clouded by a scene that’s so surreal.
The organ music wails of life’s decay;
my casket brings on tears they can’t conceal.

My...

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Categories: bereavement, death, funeral, sad,

Premium MemberWorld Seemed So Forsaken by Robert Lindley
World Seemed So Forsaken

At her new grave he knelt to pray,
words he had failed to say.
How she meant love and joy in life
before she was...

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Categories: bereavement, blue, cry, death,

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,