Work Bereavement Poems

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


My Inimitable Brother -a Tribute by Martin Pretorius
He was light of Complexion
But that was only a Reflection
Laughingly he was not a complex Man
That was the fast race he Ran
On his feet he...

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Categories: bereavement, brother, death, eulogy,

JUST THE WAY WE ARE by OHWOJEVWE ESE GANIYU
  
JUST THE WAY WE ARE


When on Friday morn'
we woke up hastily
children rushed to school
parents rushed to resume work
heavy traffic
hopping from one bus to...

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Categories: africa, anxiety, art, bereavement,



Premium MemberThe Unseen Mill by Carol Connell
There is a special gristmill, not seen by human eye.
The thing that’s ground within it is not grain.
Many would escape its clutches, and here’s the...

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Categories: analogy, bereavement, god, loss,

The Captain by roger turner
He sat all alone, drinking jim beam and coke

Looking out as the waves crashed ashore

He kept to himself, drinking jim beam and coke

As the storm...

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Categories: america, bereavement, child, dad,

Remembering by JW Nugent
   REMEMBERING

Hot, heat is the first impression,
this is the one that lasts
three hundred and sixty five days.

From the portal of the freedom bird
a...

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Categories: angst, anniversary, bereavement, death,

Wrong time, wrong place by Anna Greene
I saw the saddest place today,
One grave,
Two babies
Lost the same day.

Ancient tree above them,
Not yet in leaf,
Covered with snowdrops,
Surrounded by grief.

Weathered stones around them
Tell of...

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Categories: baby, bereavement, death, funeral,

Chasing the Other Me by Tom Valles
As a boy, I wanted to be a teen.
To be free from playgrounds, older and growing.
To go where I wanted, outgoing and seen,
Life as a...

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Categories: bereavement, blessing, childhood, death,

Premium MemberSOCIAL JUSTICE by James Edward Lee Sr.
Social Justice

Social justice is the fair and just relation between the individual and society. 
I am an American
I just want fair and just treatment
wanting my...

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Categories: america, appreciation, assonance, bereavement,

Domestic abuse by deigo peart
my dreams are for me and for me alone, 
to create a path and destination of my own, 
my dreams are to tour the world...

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Categories: abuse, anger, bereavement, conflict,

I NEED QUIET by Kelly Dickinson
Quiet! Everything around is too loud
I can’t stand to be in this crowd
Their voices go silent but I can still see their mouths moving
They’re giggling,...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, child, deep,

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,

My whole world is gone by robin davis
I have nightmares every night
It's so hard to find the light
In the darkness haunting me
It will never set me free
Years and years inside my head
I...

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Categories: bereavement, heartbreak, love hurts,

BEHIND A ROUND TABLE by Anderson Walkingshoes
I'm a witness,...you're an audience,
Yes,...Christ and the church,
Abide to list of ineptness, 
Meet a criteria of creche,
A lioness gifted with new furs from gold, 
Love...

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Categories: 6th grade, bereavement,

Eulogy for my Mother by David Richmond
Joyce Letitia Richmond-Solomon (A servant of God and a friend to man)

Every life has its seasons and God has created each individual for a purpose....

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Categories: bereavement, death, eulogy,

Kennedy by Alison Wimmer
I remember duck and cover
Knees tightly up to chest
Face down, hands placed behind the head
Each child below his desk

I remember single file
From classroom to the...

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Categories: bereavement, feelings, memory, sorrow,

Ovid's Metamorphoses plus one by Julian Scutts
I am located in a park, where I am contemplating adjacent trees. 
One tree in particular has caught my attention. 
With each thought I feel...

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Categories: bereavement, change, green,

Premium MemberTragedy on a Wednesday by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Nothing important happened today,
according to an omission 
in the local newspaper Metro page
The death of my best friend ... my husband,
this sad story of injustice...

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Categories: bereavement, death, husband, sorrow,

Word of the destination, by Kishan sharma
The path is to be created,
luck only give chance.
To make something,
we have to show hard work.
Life does not change with ease,
It is important to have...

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Categories: bereavement, baby, baptism, baseball, basketball,

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,

OOniversal OO by Taoi Chanan
OOOniversal oo

Frightened tepid antisocial ant was football training avidly but failing to attend a fragrant tailor army. Oh dear. That was sure to be put...

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Categories: bereavement, absence, adventure, angst, anti