Thanksgiving Bereavement Poems

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


The 13 months in 2016 by John Rockk-Fiordelisi
2016 began on 8.13 and ended on 9.30 2017.
Betrayed and inhaling for the last 9 minutes,
My mother shooed with imaginary broom,
The puny demon trying in...

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Categories: bereavement, earth day,

The 13 months in 2016 by John Rockk-Fiordelisi
2016 began on 8.13 and ended on 9.30 2017.
Betrayed and inhaling for the last 9 minutes,
My mother shooed with imaginary broom,
The puny demon trying in...

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Categories: bereavement, earth day,



The 13 months in 2016 by John Rockk-Fiordelisi
2016 began on 8.13 and ended on 9.30 2017.
Betrayed and inhaling for the last 9 minutes,
My mother shooed with imaginary broom,
The puny demon trying in...

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Categories: bereavement, earth day,

Premium MemberThe Attic by Rhoda Tripp
They're treasures to me, so I don't mind.
My Aunt Ellie in tow, right behind.
I climb the ladder, lift wooden door.
There are piles of stuff strewn...

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Categories: bereavement, christmas, holiday, loss,

FIFA V The Poppy by STANLEY Harris
FIFA V The Poppy
by Stanley Russell Harris
The new mad author
& a poetry soup honourably mentioned poet

I wrote the following poem, when I heard FIFA were...

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Categories: bereavement, remembrance day, thanksgiving,

Premium MemberA REQUIEM FOR HANDS FREE AT LAST by millard lowe
A REQUIEM FOR HANDS FREE AT LAST

“Oh death where is thy sting; 
Oh grave where is thy victory?”

Death’s stinging victory
is alive and well
in this land...

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Categories: america, analogy, bereavement, black

Premium MemberFrom Sorrow to Thanksgiving - a shadorma by Kim Merryman
Peace comes in
the morning after
grief has run
its course. The
sorrow of loss gives way to
happy memories.

Memories
bring smiles and laughter,
replacing
tears, healing
the hurting heart. We give thanks
for the...

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Categories: bereavement, cat, grief,

Premium MemberA Litany of Thanksgiving by Kathleen Kroll
The highway bridges
Remnants of conversation 
Clothed in ethereal blue.
Variform clouds
Stark white or gray
Bandage my heart.

Brother’s litany
Of thanksgiving
Floats above my head.
Mom and dad were
Good parents.
They worked...

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Categories: bereavement, brother, death, faith,

I wish you were here---- by Deborrah Ann Stenberg
 In memory of Ann Mary Pospisil Stenberg

I wish you were here 
For one more birthday to honor your presence.   For one more...

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Categories: bereavement, blessing, grandmother, grief,

My heart by richard nnoli
               My heart 
Too many circumstances
Surrounding this land of ours 
Too...

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Categories: africa, bereavement, blessing, encouraging,

Premium MemberThanksgiving by arthur vaso
One red candle of dying flame
I pour one glass of Bordeaux, into yesterday
A meal for one, as autumn leaves become undone
A sad clown’s face
Reflects back...

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Categories: bereavement, dedication, farewell,

A Sad Thanksgiving Senryu by Virginia Mitchell

Somber Thanksgiving-
Hospital bedside mourning
The turkey has passed








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Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, farewell,

Premium MemberMy Gift by Laura Breidenthal
Meddlesome acknowledgement was my gift to many
I wondered where the nutrients were coming from
I was absorbing your words, parched by my own dimming light-years
There I...

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Categories: bereavement, absence, abuse, analogy, art,