Spring Bereavement Poems

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


Premium MemberBlack Roses by Regina Elliott
 Like generations that have fallen before
 you fell on distant shores
 from the guns of war,
 My earthly soul pauses every day,
 and I...

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Categories: bereavement, military, war,

Stadium Seating by Elizabeth Wyler
Dear Graduates,

… Sometimes, a spring breeze softly blowing 
whispers that a presence needn’t be seen to be felt … 
						
… And sometimes, the people piling...

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Categories: angel, bereavement, faith, graduation,



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,

The Gift by peter walsh
There’s a truth in growing old
That’s almost worth the price you pay
A wisdom surely captured
By the act of going grey
The burdens of the busy
Are far...

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Categories: age, bereavement, christian, courage,

Premium MemberRENAISSANCE by Brian Strand
On a day
           like this
It went viral
It became
       ...

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Categories: bereavement, spring,

Aunt Dee's Daisies by terri stiles
There were daisies at the funeral home, just like the daisies from her garden.
The funeral was so sad. A world without aunt Dee would be...

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Categories: angel, bereavement, best friend,

Morning Like Evenig by DM Babbit
Morning like evening gallows
 casts eerie ominous shadows
 slip sliding deep in the hallows
 in along the walkway shallows.;
Inching in an out
 below the overhangs...

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Categories: bereavement, earth, environment, hurt,

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,

Recorded Emotions by curtis johnson
With me, there were word sounds and expressions of grief upon being informed of the passing of a sibling.  Each one's passing ignited a...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, brother, death,

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,

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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Categories: bereavement,

The Season of My Despair by Curtis Forsythe
It is a wondrous thing how fleet-
was he on those heavy steel shod feet.
With what a beautiful flowing grace
he oft would gallop and race,
then stay,...

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Categories: bereavement, death of a

Premium MemberTED'S TALE by JAN ALLISON
Once upon a time there was a bear called Ted
He was very down and lounged all day in bed

His mum was concerned as Ted was...

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Categories: bereavement, dad, depression, children,

Young and Strong by Anthony vanNelson
Young and Strong

She was young, she was strong
Working cleaning all the day long
So much to do, but she carried that load
So concerned about everyone, at...

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Categories: bereavement,

Tree Song by Lynward McKee
Autumn is here

My children all let go.

Blankets on my feet they lay.

I wait and wish for growth again .

I am still.
 
I feel a soaking...

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Categories: autumn, bereavement, change, death,

The Young Republican by Mario Vitale
The Young Republican


He searches through the morning news reading papers nothing new
 Out of his sadness springs a mere madness
 Shattered dream flaunt the scene...

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Categories: analogy, angel, beautiful, bereavement,

Premium MemberDecember Remembered by Edward McCall
                        December...

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Categories: bereavement,

Winter's Antidote by John Watt
O Winter, why this desolation? Trees, once verdant now stand bare
Flowers, long in hibernation; clouds that frown with ominous stare,
Winds that chill the rain-soaked bones...

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Categories: bereavement, community, death, heartbreak,

Heart of a Dove by Lin Lane
     Cooing of the mated pair brought a smile to my lips. I heard them in the maple tree as I...

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Categories: bereavement, lost love,