Eulogy Poems for the Death of a Love One

These Eulogy Death poems are examples of Death poems about Eulogy. These are the best examples of Death Eulogy poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberRedemption part 1 by Mark Massey
The Cemetery

A stone shall mark all those that came before
with names engraved forever to be known,
their soul, if saved, in bliss forevermore,
their body in the...

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Categories: death, eulogy,

Premium MemberRedemption part 2 by Mark Massey
The Procession

Through love we make the passage into light.
In gardens lush each mourner stood abreast.
Then hand in hand they walked up to the site
she chose...

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Categories: death, eulogy,



To My Father by Xuefeng Pan
Should n't I feel so sad, when my father is dead
Should I feel Like others? Clearly knowing their fathers dead

They were truely happy  at...

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Categories: cry, dad, death, eulogy,

For Maya Angelou: Like A Cherished Effigy by Chime Justice Ndubuisi
I hold it up again today; the world,
Pregnant with magical dimples
Of a child's reckless abandon,
And look at the face,
Then I look at the deep cut
And...

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Categories: death, anger, black african american,

Pompeii by fauxcroft wade
Tragic is the end of Pompeii

Incarcerated in molten graves

The once thriving elitist lifestyle ended

Now in quietude they lay

And the culture that they created swept away

All...

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Categories: death, eulogy, remember, sad,

My days end by fauxcroft wade
Dripping water

Dripping blood

Laying in this now cold bath

Life is ebbing slowly away

As the colour from me fades

To a sickly shade of whitish grey

I have longed...

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Categories: death, deep, eulogy,

BRUTALITY by JW Nugent
Brutality

Ambushed outside a village
some of the enemy were killed
their bodies tied to our tracks
to drag back trough the village
there to stay as a warning;
our unit...

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Categories: conflict, dark, death, eulogy,

Premium MemberEpigram by Rhoda Tripp
She wrote only of death, and the bell did toll.
I guess you could say that she dug her own hole.




Written 4/11/2108
Epigram Contest
Hosted by Deborah Guenther...

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Categories: dark, death, destiny, eulogy,

The Last Call by Merel van den Brink
The final call of the last male of a species ,
Sounds a bit like a broken record, 
Or maybe it sounds like choking blood, 
Red,...

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Categories: death, environment, eulogy, faith,

Premium MemberObituary of a moth by Charlie Knowlton



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Categories: boxing day , death of

Premium MemberPity the Fool by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Pity the F$$l
who tried to double cross him
Not a smart move
trying to take a piece of his action
Got a bag of gangster tools,
when you gotta...

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Categories: dark, death, eulogy, murder,

The view of Anthony Hepplethwaite 2013 by John Smallshaw


With a little tightening round the waist 
the skinny day comes out to taste the 
fatness of the light
I am in sight of something great...

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Categories: death, loss, political,

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 MemberThis should help by Eric Nolan
Upon the beginning 
Of my death 
Soon after the close 
Of my last breath 
Don’t query
Ponder or ask why 
Or even dwell 
That this is...

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Categories: death, eulogy, friend, hope,

Mortuary Jingle by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Be not sad,
Be joyful and glad
Listen to Tchaikovsky not Mahler
Throw a party
Laugh and eat hearty
At the Happy Smily Funeral Parlor....

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Categories: death, eulogy, food, funeral,

Premium MemberGuns and Roses by Freddie Robinson Jr.

First person shooter,
on a hate tour of duty,
swinging a bullet sling blade
Buying a death row ticket,
worth fifteen minutes of fame
First person murder shooter;
womb-to-the-cradle-to-the-grave robber,
using your...

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Categories: dark, death, violence, wisdom,

Premium MemberI Love Guns by arthur vaso
I love Guns


Guns make us safe
Guns are rights and freedoms
The more guns, the more freedoms we shall bear
Every man woman and child should be armed
So...

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Categories: america, angst, death, eulogy,

Footprints In The Sand by Kudzai Mhangwa
Our lion
Our power
When nobody else would speak
You opened up your mouth for us
When nobody else believed
You believed it for us.

They tried to step on you
Silence...

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Categories: death, eulogy, pain, sad,

Trap Door by colin mitchell williams

You hoped there’d be another
but it’s another night alone
the empty vines of memories
is a wine you call your own

It’s the ritual in a cigarette
unshaved, unwashed
and...

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Categories: death, longing, lost love,

Funeral by Josette Key
I stood today
And watched them say 
'Goodbye' to you.

So many tears
So much sorrow
For a life so full
Of fun and laughter.

You would not have wanted that
All...

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Categories: death of a friend,