Sorrow Bereavement Poems

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


Premium MemberTell Me I'll Be Okay by Susan Gentry
I feel your essence with each breath of air
      In thoughts throughout the day...
      ...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, change, death

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 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,

Requiem for a Compulsive Gambler by Robert Pettit
It seems you could never stay out of a casino.
As soon as you got paid, that is where you would go.
Your life became dependent on...

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Categories: bereavement, death, sorrow,

I watch as she grows weaker by debbie hernandez
I watch as she grows weaker and it breaks my heart in two
To see her in such pain I wonder just how long she will...

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Categories: bereavement, cancer, how i

Premium MemberHeart Broken By Karma by Artsieladie Sharon Donnelly
So many gents-in-waiting of very fine physique
For a lady to choose from, a princess, fair and chic,
But with each she displayed a cool air, nonchalant,
As...

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Categories: bereavement, heart, heartbroken, lost

Let Me Sleep in Peace by SIRAJUDDIN CHOUGLE
Let Me Sleep in Peace
That fateful evening
The horses came back 
Alone
She was missing
Something somewhere went wrong that day…
Eight years of bubbling life 
Chirping like a...

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Categories: bereavement, abuse, age, allusion, anger,

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

Essay On Drums by JW Nugent
	ESSAY ON DRUMS

The drum sounds slowly its cadence
the beat, beat, beat marks a march
and through the air reverberates.

The tramp of a company at quick time,
arms...

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Categories: angst, bereavement, dark, death,

Premium MemberGrief Ascends on the Rising Moon by Lin Lane
 Trijan refrain

Grief ascends on the rising moon
   'neath frosted Winter skies
A lone wolf howls, wailing a rune
   desperate for replies
Her...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberMEDICAL MADNESS by Giggles the Poet Brenda Keough
https://gigglespoet.com/#jp-carousel-66   My scars from a misdiagnosis are my armor 

Lord, old memories plague me in the darkness 
And as they rear their ugly...

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Categories: abuse, bereavement, betrayal, birth,

Premium MemberMade Me Very Happy by Eve Roper
As he lay withdrawn and somber 
I gaze in fear, I cannot suppress.

Knowing not where his shattered stream will flow
mid wings of ancestral trees; 
ripples...

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Categories: bereavement, conflict, love,

Premium MemberChloe's Vision by Lisle Ryder
A heavy quietness hung 
as I waited with Mum and Dad 
and Chloe.
I professed my sympathy, 
my sorrow.
Their response was emptiness 
unexpressed;
while Chloe, hugged 
her...

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Categories: baby, bereavement, child, grief,

Premium MemberNevermore by Eve Roper
nevermore to say I'm sorry
our love embroidered in our hearts
in which I will keep so chary
everlasting aches of my soul
your the other half that makes...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberTarnished Reflections by Angel Villanueva
A cup of hot tea keeps her company
while she peers through her window;
happy images replay in her mind
as her reflection shares her gaze.

Long ago they...

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Categories: bereavement, death, loss, muse,

Premium MemberSilly with Anger by Caren Krutsinger
It's not understood

We get silly with anger

Until someone dies.
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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

Premium MemberBlack Sky by Frederic Parker
How somber the sky without stars
once filled with the reverie of tomorrow
removed by the drift of pain...that lingers
before falling down the face of sorrow
never to...

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Categories: bereavement, emotions,

The Loss of a Child by Michael McCarthy
There are certain things in life which are so hard to bear,
And to lose a much-loved child is a parent’s worst nightmare.
With Nature’s rules turned...

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Categories: bereavement, child, heartbroken, loss,

Come walk with me by sera phim
Come Walk With Me

In my mind
tendrils of memories past
insinuate and insert themselves
in the corners
to root out and cast light upon
them
as my hand presses, whiteknuckled
 
Bent...

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Categories: angst, bereavement, sorrow, soulmate,

Premium MemberSad Clown - Robin Williams by Gregory R Barden

~ While your soul screamed "Help!",


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Categories: bereavement, memorial, sorrow, suicide,