School Bereavement Poems

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


Goodbye Paige Goodbye Kate by Ki A Gray
Oh Kate
You never told me
It a grey feeling
Just a dismal hunch
Pretty Kate
Sweet Kate
Always there

Yes Kate
A gift for thee

There for Bram Flakes
There for schmear
There for ersatz...

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Categories: bereavement, 12th grade, angst, appreciation,

Premium MemberI Walked Away by Emile Pinet


An ambulance medic on call I
was paged to a school bus accident.
And I rushed out to the location,
personal emotions set aside.

It was a scene of...

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Categories: bereavement, 12th grade, angst, anxiety,



Premium MemberTeacher Teacher by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
These lyrics I write may sound unkind
But black and white crime should not be permitted in these time
Teacher, teacher why do you choose to make...

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Categories: anti bullying, anxiety, bereavement,

JUST THE WAY WE ARE by OHWOJEVWE ESE GANIYU
  
JUST THE WAY WE ARE


When on Friday morn'
we woke up hastily
children rushed to school
parents rushed to resume work
heavy traffic
hopping from one bus to...

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Categories: africa, anxiety, art, bereavement,

Premium MemberBIRTHDAY 64 by James Edward Lee Sr.
 BIRTHDAY 64

64 years ago today
God placed your soul in your body
62 years ago you left and went back home
Spirit now roams along side the...

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Categories: bereavement, birthday, celebration, dedication,

My Dad In Quotes by Juliet Ligon
When playtime was over my tiny hands tediously picked up Tyco toys, a fistful of three at a time. "Atta girl," my dad would encourage....

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, blessing, childhood,

Chasing the Other Me by Tom Valles
As a boy, I wanted to be a teen.
To be free from playgrounds, older and growing.
To go where I wanted, outgoing and seen,
Life as a...

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Categories: bereavement, blessing, childhood, death,

avast congregation fomenting immediate legislation by matthew harris
young people all across this country 
     (The United States Of America), 
     this middle aged papa...

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Categories: bereavement, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberLimerick crochetes: Once a Teacher who didn't like school by T Wignesan
Lmerick crochetés : Once a Teacher who didn't like school

Once a Teacher who didn't like school
Since his kids kept calling him a fool
Wished to do...

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Categories: america, anxiety, bereavement, high

An American Tragedy by Lee Wood
February 14, 2018

Again, I am left without words….

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I am so sorry…

In honor of:

Alyssa Alhadeff, 14
Martin Duque Anguiano, 14
Scott Beigel, 35
Nicholas Dworet, 17
Aaron Feis, 37
Jaime Guttenberg,...

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Categories: angst, bereavement,

Cold Dead Hands by sean ferris
Mother don't hear the birds sing
Eyes filled with tears death brings

Babies massacred attending school
At the hands of a deranged drool 

Assault guns increase the killing...

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Categories: bereavement, children, eulogy, family,

18 As Of Today by Patricia LeDuc
18 As Of Today

18 School shootings as of today
In Parkland 17 precious souls blown away 
When will there be another kill?
Or another or another?
Where was...

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Categories: america, anger, bereavement, bullying,

Stranger by Rebecca Campbell
When I was young, at the age of three
heart disease took my father from me.
I will not hear his voice say I love you
he wont...

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Categories: bereavement, dad, death, feelings,

Eulogy for my Mother by David Richmond
Joyce Letitia Richmond-Solomon (A servant of God and a friend to man)

Every life has its seasons and God has created each individual for a purpose....

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Categories: bereavement, death, eulogy,

The Letter by Johnny Martinez
Dear brother, I am writing you this letter, 
in my room wearing your high school sweater.
The news I send is not of much import
just thought...

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Categories: anniversary, bereavement, brother, death,

SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RAMPAGE December 14, 2012 prayer part two by matthew harris
    ...prized progeny well nigh impossible chore
haunted by priceless offspring, 
neither surviving 
   papa/ mama can never a door
not ever...

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Categories: america, bereavement, children, cry,

Premium MemberJohn F Lyons A Brothers Love Never Told Him I Loved Him by James Edward Lee Sr.
JOHN FRANCIS LYONS: A BROTHERS LOVE  NEVER TOLD HIM THAT I LOVED HIM

I thank you John
For being there
You took me here
Took me there
You faired...

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Categories: appreciation, assonance, bereavement, dedication,

Premium MemberBYE BYE by James Edward Lee Sr.
I'm a little child my mother and I went on a trip
While in the car told my Father, bye bye
It's early in the morning after...

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Categories: analogy, bereavement, destiny, goodbye,

My son is very proud of me in his school by Alex Klugman
My son is very proud of me in his school.
He proud that his father is a  firefighter.
He twice tried to  ignite the school...

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Categories: bereavement, fire,

Senile Party by Keith Dovoric
(or, "Your Old Stomping Ground")

There’s a secretary that I know
whose husband recently died
But life somehow continues as before
She has to keep replicating the myth
that everything’s...

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Categories: bereavement, abuse, addiction, anger, beauty,