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Eulogy Death Poems

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


Your Beloved Joey by Brenda Rose
May these words I write
Upon your loss
Inspire hope
The kind he brought

His light that shone
For you and me
Became brighter
For us to see

But then his
Childlike innocence
Was needed...

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Categories: christian, death, emotions, eulogy,

A living Eulogy to my Mom by Elizabeth Duran
After El Cielo or Bust

I know time isn’t 
on my Mother’s side
for much longer

Her frail body like a delicate 
wine glass that has just tipped...

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Categories: daughter, death, eulogy, mom,



An Unlively Very Stiff upper Lip Masquerade by matthew harris
An Unlively Very Stiff (upper Lip) Masquerade
(any resemblance between averred one laid
to rest and yours truly...purely coincidental
regarding unnamed person liberated 
into heavenly glade!)

though innocently youthful...

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Categories: absence, blue, creation, death

Keeping Alive by BECKY K MARTINSON
Keeping Alive

Rock music plays
On the radio
Listen with tears
As I drive the road
Remember her ways
How she danced
Oh, if but I
One more chance

The boots I wear
Truck I...

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Categories: christian, death, eulogy, grief,

I Reckon Eyes Personal Necessity by matthew harris
I Reckon Eyes Personal Necessity,...
Sans Arduous Ordeal

To assess meager
cradling aborted efforts
miscarried ambitions, I now berate
myself plethora sans lack

of accomplishments to date
and admit painful truth to...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, death, eulogy,

Etherium by David Arthur
ETHERIUM
©David Arthur

I ponder long, pained eyes upon
 Ice silent yesterdays
Mere memories beloved Louise
 Cannot my loss allay

An ocean is my love, but not enough for...

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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

A Bulletin And A Smile by Clarence Billheimer
A BULLETIN AND A SMILE

A bulletin and a smile--it may not seem like much,
But when she gave them to you, it was a special touch.
A...

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Categories: death of a friend,

AND THE MOTHERS WEEP by John Arribas
AND THE MOTHERS WEEP
                     ...

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Categories: anger, angst, death, eulogy,

Tonight Heaven Got One Hell of a Man by M.P. Shaudd
They dont make em like they used to he said
With a tear on his face
And we each share a mem'ry of him
That sorrow and time...

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Categories: appreciation, death, dedication, eulogy,

untitled by Jaz Han
I can’t ever know what flowers they gave her,
on that brittle coffin,
Because those flowers belonged in the garden she made,
(That after they let grow wild...

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Categories: death, eulogy, flower, funeral,

Premium MemberHe Was Forever Young by Caren Krutsinger
He was forever young.
Forever doing silly stuff.
Forever getting lit.
Forever drinking himself to death.
He was thirty-seven, but forever five.
Best things they could think to say.
Everyone smiling...

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Categories: death,

Eulogy by Robin Regan
Eulogies are beautiful things in the way that many counterfeit things can be beautiful; in the way that deception so expertly executed can be so...

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Categories: death,

We Were Not Promised Another Day by Bette Bavington
As I look in the distance I see the new grave.
It's a realization
As feelings come to me in a tidal wave
Of how much companionship and...

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Categories: death, animal, bereavement, best friend,

The Greatest Gift by James West
The Greatest Gift-

Can you see me standing 
On the edge of my beauty?
But yet I’m lost along the way....
I’m a million phasing wavelengths 
Of light...

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Categories: birth, blessing, death, eulogy,

Premium MemberEpitaph of a wandering soul by Thvia Shetley
Throughout eons she contrives
to casting seeds and see what thrives
as she has done for countless lives.
Experimental.

Traveling through time and space
on cresting waves of light and...

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Categories: death, eulogy, life,

Summer Season On A Time Clock by Anthony Parker
Every dawn I yawn quiet, florescence I inhibit softly
A clear image I peep, nature settles calmly
Her intentions are infectious like a blossomed flower
Reminds me of...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, bereavement, death,

Snuff by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Nicotine paid 
by the experimental hour
Diseased lungs’ biopsy displayed
never made 
this lab rat’s attitude 
turn breath analyzer sour

Snuff was a lemon grass puff charmer,
in pursuit
of...

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Categories: allegory, character, death, wisdom,

Death Be Not Proud by matthew harris
Foe no paw tick
     yell la rhyme anon,
nor reason the spirit
     of English poet
   ...

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Categories: death, 11th grade, 12th grade,

RIP John Doe by Rico Leffanta
John Doe was a prince of a guy
Who forgot to zip up his fly
So out in the snow
John started to grow
When a snow-blower passed him...

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Categories: bereavement, death, eulogy, funny,

Premium MemberHope S Gaughan by Gregory R Barden


I had hoped for angels

But in earth I will stay

For my husband died first

And he scared them away

...

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Categories: death, eulogy, humorous,