Snow Bereavement Poems

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


let me by rose allard
Let Me Once More Swim in the River with the
Never Ending Flow
Let Me Once More Play upon the Mountains
That Are Covered in Snow
Let Me Once...

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Premium MemberBabies' Breath by Regina Elliott
 Babies' breath carried in the breeze,
 Blowing softly through canyons of rock and steel,
 Melodious sighing,
 sometimes crying,
 for they did not rise in...

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Categories: bereavement, loss,



Premium MemberMother and Son by Regina Elliott

  Just like early blooming daffodils dying in the snow,
  my son, you didn't get a chance to say farewell,
  and now...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, heaven, mother

Premium Member5 - 3 Poetry - THE MOUNTAIN by Mick Talbot
THE MOUNTAIN

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The mountain shimmers.
Morning sun.
A snowdrift glimmers.
Shadow fun.

As the sun rises,
a strong wind
blows in surprises!
Warm air kind.

No wind chill, thawing.
Snow melting.
Avalanche warning!
All daunting.

Those that did...

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Categories: bereavement, death, mountains,

blues cafe on main by ej sansam
blues café on main

they sat looking down at their plates
contemplating long and lonely fates,
    
      “I miss...

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Beyond the Twilight by priyanka bernadette mullick
"I'm going home 
While you stay here in the grass 
I tread the winter snow 
While your bed of grass grows 
You're illuminated 
By the...

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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

Premium MemberRhyme Time III - Death by Rhoda Tripp
Are there robins hopping my frozen ground?
Sound of widowers voices all around.
Chilled to the bone, I make nary a sound.
My suit and tie are not...

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Categories: bereavement, bird, body, christmas,

Premium MemberYour Sacred Soul Still Calms And Comforts Me by Susan Ashley
Ave-Maria hymns lift you in flight
to Heaven’s gate apt angel does ascend
and follows lantern's light predawn of night
on star-dust wings for spirit a Godsend.

On April...

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Categories: angel, april, bereavement, heaven,

unsent letters -teddy's journey I- by Frisk Carris
I don’t know where you’ve gone,
And I don’t know how long it’s been.
I’ve been here all alone, 
And these letters have gone unsent. 

I’ve tried...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, death of

Forever Thirteen by Patricia Faloon
                Forever Thirteen
Her statuesque beauty beguiled so many
While her bright...

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Categories: angel, bereavement, best friend,

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

Untitled by Tara Lazar
Standing all alone, on a winters night, beside a headstone;
Mourning my beloved one who'd been taken by their suborning.
But alas they've finally been set free,...

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Categories: bereavement, dark, death, emotions,

To Lady and the Dog Star by Julian Scutts
They said a funny Latin word,
they said that you were dead,
yet merrily you wagged your tail
when I took you to the vet.
 
You were not...

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Categories: bereavement, dog, star,

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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Premium MemberShe Was Buried In Spring by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
She was buried in Spring . . . 
when green buds were bursting forth,
and the wind was a gentle whisper
and the squirrels and chipmunks played.

Now,...

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Categories: bereavement, heartbreak, love,

Premium MemberLetter to Abyss by Funom Makama
1. Young, old, healthy, sick such plasticity
the clean or not, such flexibility
your side is always strong in the pull
for once, darkness should smile and overrule
none...

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Categories: bereavement, death, dedication, depression,

Spirit Passing by Buddy Black
Spirit Passing

Even in the bitter of the darkest winter
When our hearts feel cold as river stones,
And our tears are but ice fields,
When we feel certain...

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Categories: bereavement, celebration, destiny, encouraging,

Premium MemberMy Aging Illusion by Leo Larry Amadore
a quote from Montaigne: (1533-1592):
"Si on me presse dire pourquoi je l'amais, je sens que
cela ne se peut s'exprimer, qu'en repondant:
'Parce que c'etait lui; parce...

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Categories: absence, age, allegory, bereavement,

Words Are Key by Lisa Gruhn
You always knew just

The right things to say

I was the gatekeeper

And you

were the locksmith.

You caressed me

With sound and syllable,

You picked out words 

Like a chef...

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Mother 27 August 2016 by brian DUFFIELD
Just listen to the dust beneath your feet; 
Its gentle voice whispers through the spring grass
Even its warming breath makes you feel complete
But its chill...

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