Sonnet Bereavement Poems

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


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 MemberThat Darkest Day, The Loss Of Her Midnight by Robert Lindley
That Darkest Day, The Death Of Her Midnight

She cried out profusely, please do not die,
only last week, you my love, ran so well.
He was down,...

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Categories: bereavement, best friend, care,



42818 by Mark Morris
The cyclical disaster machine churns.
The destination simply swaps out names.
Adrenaline, from his self hatred, burns.
He’s haunted by perils of endless flames.
Again, he approaches, then he...

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Categories: bereavement, abuse, addiction, age, anxiety,

The vanishment of passion by John Beam
Furtive blue eyes do glance away to hide,                 ...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, confusion, depression,

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,

Premium MemberAge Doesn't Matter When You're in Love by Rhoda Tripp
Your adolescent love preserved ages
Mine a victim of uncertain choices
Whimsical tryst unlocked empty cages
Ignoring shrill caws of raven voices

Stars twinkling, moonlight casts glow on wrinkles
Wheelchair...

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Categories: age, bereavement, caregiving, cute

Gnomon by Julian Scutts
So I now come to that same blessed mound, 
witness of much that memory still holds dear. 
Though now these fields grey-sullen clouds make drear,...

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Categories: bereavement, memory, time,

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,

Premium MemberAs My Light Fades by Frederic Parker
As my light fades, a love story...


White doves flutter, dying words whisper
Silence ever haunting as Angels Sing
Single beam of light with a soft glister
Cause fleeting...

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Categories: bereavement, devotion, love,

Premium MemberTERRORISM on 2017 Lower Manhattan Attack by Eve Roper
 


Halloween Night October thirty-first,
twenty-seventeen. A wet night of lit
cut out jack-o-lanterns, parties, games, cursed
ghouls and goblins, and witches shadows flit.

Children dress in fun or...

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Categories: bereavement, children, death, halloween,

Under the Oak by Edward Schmitz
Her nails were as red as a new born babe
Her eyes blue like the summer sky
We used to picnic under the great oak's shade
Him, my...

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Categories: bereavement, family, memory, missing

Premium MemberSonnet 30 by Luis Estable
The errors of the eyes, some very huge.
They see the sky as blue, a yellow sun.
At times, I think the eyes are nature`s stooge.
The rose...

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Categories: beautiful, bereavement, blue,

SONNET XXXI TRIBUTE TO GRANDMA by Aina Oluwafisayomi
First of all, Grandma left us.
Now Grandma’s gone to be with the Lord
But thank God I know better.

O death, where is thy sting?
O grave, where...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, conflict, death,

Those Words by BOLAJI RAMOS
THOSE WORDS

Those words I spoke to you were true
This day of confusion we shall not rue.
In shyness you drove away your eyes from mine
As I...

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Categories: bereavement, best friend, boyfriend,

Premium MemberDeath is not the end by Roy Pett


You make me happy, then you make me sad,
to see you smile, see you laugh, see you cry,
why do you make me good then make...

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Categories: bereavement, lost love, relationship,

Premium MemberYet A Spark In This Lost Soul Still Ignites by Robert Lindley
Yet A Spark In This Lost Soul Still Ignites

Cast into barren deserts of sorrow
no real joy and no hope for tomorrow
In burning darkness and hot...

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Categories: art, bereavement, dark, death,

Unbroken Bonds by Teresa Gonzales
Blessed babe, so pale and still,
It breaks my heart you couldn't stay.
The same heart that you slept beneath,
Becoming part of as you lay.

Warm and safe,...

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Categories: angel, baby, bereavement, birth,

Comfort Food by Eileen Chilvers
The house waits, alert, as I turn the key,
“I'm here, I'm home, it's only me” I call.
The house is strangely quiet now,
it greets me with...

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Categories: bereavement,

September Flowers Sadly Bloom at Night by Jun Gonzales
XIX
September flowers sadly bloom at night
Whose subtle fragrance quickly pass away
In light their vestal beauty hid from sight. 
Confused at being planted by the way
Those...

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Categories: bereavement, flower, grief, lost

Premium MemberLost And Alone, Surviving Cold, Hard Streets by Robert Lindley
Lost And Alone, Surviving Cold, Hard Streets

Hole in her heart matched the hole in her dress
She was now alone, life was such a mess.
First that...

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Categories: bereavement, dark, fate, hurt,