Winter Bereavement Poems

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


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 MemberI Chose Life by Caren Krutsinger
The sun's  warmth is helping my mood considerably.
I had been holed up all day in a dark place, watching sad  TV shows, feeling...

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Categories: bereavement, 10th grade, 11th grade,



Beyond the Twilight by priyanka bernadette mullick
"I'm going home 
While you stay here in the grass 
I tread the winter snow 
While your bed of grass grows 
You're illuminated 
By the...

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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

With you gone by Anna Hopper
I imagine this is what it might feel like to lose a loved one..




The earth continues rotation and time remains uninterrupted 
The sun rises and...

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Categories: bereavement, change, confusion, death,

snowy grave -teddy's journey II- by Frisk Carris
The cold,
	It bites, stings, and burns. 
	And yet, 
	I stay as the night turns. 

	Even now,
	I can’t feel even your spirit.
	You’ve wandered,
	So far away, I...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, winter,

unsent letters -teddy's journey I- by Frisk Carris
I don’t know where you’ve gone,
And I don’t know how long it’s been.
I’ve been here all alone, 
And these letters have gone unsent. 

I’ve tried...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, death of

Winter Rain by Plamen Sivov
Oh, how this winter rain would glide along,
descending down the landscape’s bristly curves…
It’s waiting just for our “Come on!”,
but simply, no one’s there to say...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, nature, rain,

Expression of Sorrows Dedicated to Life's Tough Times by Chris T Isaacs
I am surrounded by the armies of afflictions
Shooting my soul with bullets of pains
In a lonely journey of my sorrowful life.

My lament is like a...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, fear, heartbreak,

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,

Consumed life's winter frame by Subimal Sinha-Roy
Frozen sky and frosted ground
In the mystique grey of departing light 
They meet in the abode of those departed. 
The identities dissolve in inseparable oneness...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grave, winter,

Premium MemberLove Is Eternal by Emile Pinet
An old man keeling down by a gravestone
cleans the inscription so it can be read.
For it’s a symbol of why he had come
“Love Is Eternal”...

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Categories: bereavement, devotion, emotions, feelings,

Premium MemberFirst Poem Here by connie pachecho
First Poem Here

He Hit Me

I cry again
as sneak enters
the back door
stealth like to
uproot my
innocence
he hit me
he hit me
my cries
my words
went unheard
my pleas
my pleas
went unresolved
I shake...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberThe Death of Innocence by Frederic Parker
Raised by wormy flesh from the ravages of war
Broken years of struggle rose from ashes
seeking justice
Singers sung in joyous tones
Artists guiding frustrated youth 
to find...

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Categories: bereavement, conflict, culture,

Premium MemberBOX OF NOTES AT MY DOOR by Judy Emery
BOX OF NOTES AT MY DOOR

Your words come to me while i'm alone
you would believe how difficult
it is to read all your notes
You say you...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, conflict, confusion,

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 MemberThe Labyrinth by Sheer Terror

A labyrinth constructed in perfection
Hues claim color blue for their reflection
Old and new take turns in violet isolation
A Spectrum designed in oblivion
Nowhere to find safety,...

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, death, destiny,

Premium MemberSCATTER MY ASHES IN THE WIND by Judy Ball
Stand on a hill and scatter my ashes in the wind that I may truly be a part of the nature that I have loved;
And...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberDust by tammy swank
I need nothing 
But the red setting sun
And to rest easy in the palm of night
With the prairie’s cool arms around me.
I came in on...

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Categories: america, bereavement, old, time,

Running with the wolf pack by Mario Vitale
Running with the wolf pack


As in a caged fury feeling stunted do not worry
 Running reckless to & fro so much in a hurry
 Shadows...

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Categories: bereavement, absence, analogy, angel, anti