Funeral Cinquain Poems

These Funeral Cinquain poems are examples of Cinquain poems about Funeral. These are the best examples of Cinquain Funeral poems written by international poets.


deathbed by Anna Nomaly
A deathbed needs no blankets
no warmth, or soft or kin
for he'll never come back out again, once that he's tucked in

A deathbed has no kindness,
no...

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Categories: cry, death, funeral, missing

The Risk of Being human by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
When you lick dust in wet season	
Wallow in the mud in dry season
Celebrate joyfully in funeral places
And get tormented by fellow humans
Then you see the...

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Categories: allegory, humanity, philosophy,



Disagreements by Megan Lambrecht
Falling
Our hometown is
We don’t know what to do
Or how to feel about this all
Unsure

Sickness
That’s what came next
Real sickness from battle
Everyone was sick of all
Tired

Loud noises
That’s...

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Categories: betrayal, cry, evil, funeral,

A Mask To Hide The Truth To Hide The Lies To Hide Me by Marcedies Rhodes
A Mask To Hide The Truth To Hide The Lies To Hide Me


I wear the mask of lies
I wear the mask of hidden truths
Together we...

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Categories: caregiving, dedication, faith, fear,

Sunlight by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders
Sunlight 
shining brightly
down on mourner’s faces
brings tearsdrops under dark glasses
too soon

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Categories: death, funeral, nature, sad,

Ribbons by Christopher Bunton
Ribbons

Many Colors

On Display Openly

Casket Closes Sadly Meaning

Nothing

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Categories: death, funeral, loss, war,

cemetery by Eiken Laan
cemetery

resting place

family gather around

many bitter sweet memories

silence
...

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Categories: death, family, funeral, life,