Women Bereavement Poems

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


The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part I by David Welch
Owen Kucharski found himself inside
of a rather awkward situation,
all because of a women that he saw
every few days for adult ‘recreation.’

Her name was Laura, and...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

Two Old Women by Janet Bingham
There were two old women in a town.
The healthy one often wore a frown.
She never helped an earthly soul,
nor saw the beauty of life unfold.
All...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, death of



Premium MemberPatience, Not My Middle Name by Caren Krutsinger
Beauty shop smells insult my nose.
The bleach, the lifters, the perm solution.
They all smell bad.
I could not work here for two seconds.
A child behind me...

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

Premium MemberMaybe Tomorrow by Caren Krutsinger
My hair needs cut, and it's not going to do it by itself.
I'm raggedy, and wild, untamed, unkempt, a little dirty.
I'm in pajama pants, have...

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Categories: bereavement, 8th grade, 9th grade,

Premium MemberHall of Silent Women by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
Hall of Silent Women

in valhala
in a far corner
of this martial paradise
is one small unobtrusive hall
above the heavy iron door
these words are faintly inscribed

“ the war...

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Categories: bereavement,

Wake Up by Christine Phillips
It is hard to show my enthusiasm when everything around is looking so dark and grim
It is hard  to show my enthusiasm when the...

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Categories: bereavement, blessing, celebration, change,

Premium MemberAbraham's Dream by Rick Folker
Ibrahim’s Broken Dream
by 
Rick Folker

His withered hand sifts through the sand,

“My descendants, Isaac-Ishmael are like
stars that have fallen, sand scattering into a
nameless lake ...
Something causes...

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Categories: allusion, arabic, bereavement, betrayal,

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,

Premium MemberSuicide by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
Mother I stood at the hillside
Watching from afar off
I saw images of rope
Which gave mankind no hope.
Children were dying
Mothers were crying
Heaven, ‘it was terrifying’
These images...

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Categories: bereavement, bullying, change, cry,

Premium MemberI Shall Not Kill A Fly by James Edward Lee Sr.
I was in my living room sitting on my couch
I've gotten up to dim the lights
Sitting back down I rub my eyes
Relax in the calm...

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Categories: absence, anxiety, bereavement, caregiving,

Fake White Supremacy by Anil Deo
Dedication: Heather Heyer, Paralegal (Charlottesville, VA)

A Governor named Terry understands fake Supremacy
Microcosm of America, terrorism in Virginia
In the Name of History and a Statue (of...

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Categories: abuse, anti bullying, bereavement,

Premium Memberwomen who weep by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
weeping women

there are women,
of no great happenstance, 
in this world,
almost invisible.

they are there and here because
we are still here.
sit in offices, labour in factories,
care for...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium MemberLeast We Forget The Girls' Killing Cry: Apropos The Boko Aaram Girls by millard lowe
LEAST WE FORGET THE GIRLS’ KILLING CRY
(Apropos The Boko Haram Girls)

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Categories: africa, bereavement, conflict, daughter,

Premium MemberTHIS IS OF MY GRANDMOTHER by James Edward Lee Sr.
Homemade jams and breads;
NO body eats at Grandma's table anymore;
Soft warm communications;
Real clothing made by hand;
No polyester blends;
A gentle voice yet stern reproach;
a Second time,...

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Categories: absence, appreciation, bereavement, children,

Premium MemberAlong Scottish Shores by Frederic Parker
Lightning strikes with thunderous clap
A thickening fog rolls into the bay
Ships stacked with dead on their back
Set ablaze so they can sail away

White waves crash...

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Categories: bereavement, character, funeral,

Premium MemberRemember Me I Am a Soldier by James Edward Lee Sr.
I'm on my way, to save the day;
On a bus, then on a plane I'm on my way;
to a war to defend an unknown territory
to...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, bereavement, celebration,

Premium MemberMassacre of Glencoe by Charles Henderson
Early in the morning of 13 February 1692, in the aftermath of the Glorious Revolution and the Jacobite uprising of 1689 led by John Graham...

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Categories: bereavement,

TRAVAIL OF OWAILO by Chris Agbiti
In the dead of night,
I heard the cry of agony;
A shrill cry it was, 
But a faint cry,
As of a heart fainting of strength.

It oozed...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, animal, bereavement,

Premium MemberSonnet for Three Women by ahellas Alixopulos
Three women's deaths have diminished me, 
because I could not get past my ego.
For the rest of my days I will always be
totally in their...

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Categories: bereavement,

BAN ASSAULT WEAPONS in 2017 - Part1 by matthew harris
The ammunition greased casings pepper skull and cross lovely bones, 
   lightening speedily deals mortal blow persons unaware,
   the final minutes/seconds...

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Categories: anger, angst, anxiety, bereavement,