Song Bereavement Poems

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


Aretha - the legion by louis rams
Louis Rams is celebrating the Queen's birthday.
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"in honor of the queen"
ARETHA - the legion
I woke up this morning with Aretha on my...

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Categories: bereavement, dedication, for her,

Premium MemberOcean Elegy by Gregory R Barden


~     songbird croons his love ...



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Categories: bereavement, bird, nature, sad,



The One by Kay Roberts
That song came on the radio,
The one that we danced to,
The one you sang to me,
The one that reminds me of you.
I found the necklace...

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Categories: bereavement, break up, heartbroken,

TRIBUTE TO GARISSA MASSACRE VICTIMS by MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA
On your way to hell, you entered Garissa Universit
Keenly you took time, carefully shooting them
With a myriad of bullets, tearing what you thought
Were built of...

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Categories: bereavement, goodbye, heaven, innocence,

Towering Inferno by denis bruce
There stands a blackened tower
Shrouded in a ghostly white
The tomb of seventy two
From a day that drags on hour by dreadful hour
As we reflect upon...

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Categories: bereavement, death, fire, grief,

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 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,

Oh how I wish you were still alive by bonnie dodd
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Today is yours and your niece’s Birthdays
You would be turning 35
Oh how I wish you were still alive.

An extra candle we place upon her...

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Categories: bereavement, daughter, death, how

Premium MemberThe Dove by George D. Miller
While walking out my door one night
The hour was quite late
The sky was dark, no moonlight showed
T'was black, as black as slate

Yet, looking through the...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberA Mother's Goodbye by John Newlin
A Mother's Goodbye

She clutched the triangular fold
of white stars on a blue field
as she stood on the hallowed ground.

She sang dolefully, with a reverence
that shaped...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberIn a Field of Lavender She Lay by July Morning
The weeping willow stands high on the hill
as though a sentry, watching o'er the land.
One wonders, does the weeper understand
how hearts once warm can freeze...

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Categories: bereavement, love,

Rhyme Time III-Death by Franchesca Mia Tortoza
He fell with the fading pink in the rose's bloom
That covered the painful gray of the tomb
And the stone remainder of the untimely doom
That had...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, death, eulogy,

A Kiss Too Late by Neil Marsden
Regretably the moment passed, 
For one last kiss, the chance expired. 
Invisibly your time amassed, 
To go beyond all things desired. 

Too late I hear...

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Categories: bereavement, best friend, lonely,

Lost by Daniexelle Eledwhen
Wanting to enjoy myself
I drink alone
Wanting a home
I imagine, alone
That my family, though mine
Is not my own

Somehwere far away
Maybe on a distant planet
Is a place...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, cry, feelings,

Come to Me by DM Babbit
Come to me here in the evening shade
 when the memories are lost or start to fade
 and the dark around makes me shaking and...

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Categories: bereavement, leaving,

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

A COHESIVE MIND by Judy Emery
A COHESIVE MIND

Ambulatory in true depression 
everything in my life seemed so dark
it left me marked in my heart
But I tried to ameliorate my life...

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Categories: abuse, adventure, angel, bereavement,

Premium MemberI HEAR ANGELA'S SONG by Vickie Thayer
Beneath the darkness of heavy hearts,
Tears from nowhere weigh me down,

But I hear a sound,
A mighty sound,

Merry men,
Laughing tongues wagging,

And I hear a sound,
A mighty...

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Categories: bereavement, death, family, heaven,

6 To 8 - Melody Of Sadness by RHOMA EM


The raven’s cry bellows with twilight’s grip
Echoing the staggered  throb of a dirge;
Where grief’s murmurings become unheard
Down the walkway of crushed expectations.

A strained lullaby...

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Categories: bereavement, child, , Lullaby,

Premium MemberIf I Could Start My Life All Over Again I'm Still a Sinner by James Edward Lee Sr.
I was just thinking if I could change myself
Why would I change myself
And if changing myself.. sin I would have sinned
If I could start my...

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Categories: adventure, anxiety, bereavement, change,