Seasons Bereavement Poems

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


Premium MemberOUR INTERRUPTED STORY by nette onclaud


The rhapsody  of  duskfall’s sky pulses in
 irregular beats  tonight ,as I gaze at  dotted  stars
 fleeting beyond  this...

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Categories: bereavement, farewell, longing,

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,



Caravanserai Heading Toward The Levant by matthew harris
a tsunami catapulted cruising skiff
skyward landing with quiet thud
across undulating infinite granular waves
formerly solid state rocks and minerals

optimism vibrant upon initial unforeseen
crash asper for test...

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Categories: bereavement, 11th grade, 12th grade,

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,

Watercolor by Plamen Sivov
Falling asleep, you will see me –
faithful and yours for the claiming.
I won’t be asking, while caressing your sleep,
if we had been ever related.

Falling asleep,...

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Categories: absence, age, bereavement, i

Your Smile by Francis Lewandowski
Your Smile
 
Sleep well my Son, watch over us please, for our days are as dark as our nights.
We can’t see you, but we feel...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium Member46 by kabuteng P.iNk k.
My hands are cold, too cold 
the wind burning my nose, 
as it pushes me across the road,
hitting me with the reality
that I'm not there...

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Categories: bereavement, brother, love,

Kaleidoscopic by Doug Blair
It's a Living Word we're given

And it lives in each one's sphere

And it shows its rule in happenings

And in friendships held most dear.

Though it speaks...

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Categories: bereavement, bible, inspirational,

Prison Wall by Ogunlabi Olajide
OGUNLABI OLAJIDE YUSUF-NativePen 004
PRISON WALL
TIME OF THOUGHT:3:00PM
DATE OF THOUGHT:24:12:2008

Tall wall surround me
Several attempt seems impossible
It’s just too tall to climb

Ever pointed gun at the walls
By...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, character, color,

So Very Long Ago by Joe DiMino
Has it been that long?

Yes. I guess...

many years

(past to present)

have come and gone;


many seasons:


leafless and green;

bare and blossomed;

plentiful and lean;


Thank God! Not many 
downright mean...


like...

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Categories: bereavement, death, heartbroken, i

Easter Day by Michelle Born



Another year has gone by
There's not a day that I don't cry,

I miss you daddy and sister Cheryl everyday
I have learned to accept that the...

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Categories: bereavement, cry, dad, easter,

Changing Seasons by Anthony Guccia
Fall brings on a faint smell,
a scent of fallen leaves.
The dormant sky awakens,
a widowed woman grieves.
Seasons begin changing,
and the day full of night.
The little kids...

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Categories: bereavement, death, seasons,

A Year That Was by Balveen Cheema

The year began with my dad's fall
Being bedridden and passing away
Followed by his death anniversary today

Seeing my aged mother suffering
From pangs of loneliness
Choking in pain...

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Categories: anniversary, bereavement, daughter, death,

The sea she waits for me by bruce creech
The sea she waits for me
With breath as deep as memory
And when the shadows run
Upon the sonnets of her face
I find no hour can replace
The...

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Categories: bereavement, emo, lost love,

memories of spring by Kate sparks

After the lilacs have gone by,
before golden flowers bloom
we will walk through meadows
soft and blue 
and feast on bread with honey 
stolen from autumn bees...

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Categories: bereavement, blue, boy, childhood,

Numbed by JoanMarie Peranteau
Sun rises and sun sets
Sun sets and sun rises
Seasons change on time
All species move to and fro
As the earth goes round and round
And I watch...
Cold-eyed...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, confusion, emotions,

Premium MemberREMEMBERING YOU by Leon Enriquez

(Dedication: For the school children, teachers,
adventure guide and tourists who lost their lives 
while trekking on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, East 
Malaysia during the earthquake, on...

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Categories: bereavement,

Spirit by Eve Chilicas
The seasons change and time dies go by,
but your heart is never gone;
you did not die.

Your spirit reigns over a thousand rivers.
You're the warmth when...

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Categories: bereavement, death, farewell, grief,

Spirit by Eve Chilicas
The seasons change and time dies go by,
but your heart is never gone;
you did not die.

Your spirit reigns over a thousand rivers.
You're the warmth when...

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Categories: bereavement, death, farewell, grief,

AFTER MOTHER'S PASSING by Iris Elizabeth Sankey-Lewis
I wept for her motherless years that
Left her crippled, and limping for love

I wept for her being alone in a strange land
Without a sturdy hand...

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Categories: bereavement,