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Funeral Death Poems

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


Another by Christopher Bunton
Another


     Another one is gone. A friend, family, a piece of my life and the fabric of the world; gone to...

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Categories: addiction, death, life, loss,

HORROR by Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu
Kill them all
Genocide
Progrom
Terorism
Kill him now
Murder
Manslaughter 
Suicide 
Poison 
The killings of the killers 
The death of the dead
The doom of the soul
The destruction of life 
The...

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Categories: conflict, death, evil, funeral,



Black Dog 2 by Wanda Daugherty
Black Dog 2

Mary was a single Mom;
Her stress was very great.
Sometimes her kids ate crackers,
And sometimes the rent was late.

Black Dog! What’s your purpose?
Why are...

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Categories: death, angst, anxiety, child, friend,

Innocence by Alyson Lang
The scissors snips strands 
off my little head. 
I can’t move. 
“You must not ruin the surprise.”

A brown curtain, 
covers my mouth and 
my eyes....

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Categories: childhood, death, funeral, poetry,

GIZZARD by Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu
Death is when you
Are alive in the shadow
Death is when you can
Sit and sing with your ancestors...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberPuttin' The Sod In by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
So there it finally comes 
that ill fated day
the shiny shovel cuts through
the coagulated blood clay   
Ya may or may not really know
those...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, life,

Premium MemberFuneral by arthur vaso
She sleeps forever
I sleep funeral day
she shall be buried in earth
I , buried in wine
one day flowers I will lay
at her graveside

Never the less
consumption will...

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Categories: art, death, funeral, introspection,

Premium MemberOne Thousand Goodbyes by arthur vaso
One Thousand Goodbyes

Years ago
a stranger became a friend
with little time left
she let me into her reflections
her child and husband dead
tragedy would strike again
her time on...

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Categories: art, death, funeral, introspection,

Under Your Cover by BECKY K MARTINSON
Under Your Cover

In a cot
Sitting, waiting
Tears shed
Heart fainting
I watched as she drifted
Drifted away
It came so early
That daggering day
Shes gone
'they' placed the lid on
Under the cover
Dark,...

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Categories: bible, christian, death, faith,

The Grieving Process by Liz Vad
I hear the news 
It can’t be true 
My mind simply cannot comprehend 
That I can never see or speak to you again 
The years...

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Categories: death, deep, funeral, grief,

An Angels Kisses by Tegan Elliott
(PROMP:[3:29am] angel!jeongin lies next to you and hugs you as you cry, telling you to stop missing him “it’s okay, I’m here” PROMPT CREDIT TO...

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Categories: angel, death, death of

Epitaph by Debjani Mitra
crescent moon on tombstone, ivory dreams rest in eternal darkness.






Dated 27th December, 2018
Submitted to the Last Line Poetry Contest
Sponsor ' Silent One'
Syllable count on poetrysoup...

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Categories: dark, death, dream, funeral,

Premium MemberI Send You My Love by Wren Rushing
Losing my son was so hard to endure,
a fine young man with a heart that was pure.
Our family and friends came to our side,
they held...

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Categories: bereavement, death, son,

Skeleton Quay - abridged for Goosebumps contest by Terry Flood
Skeleton quay - abridged for Give Me Goosebumps contest



When the sniper fired his rifle and his faithful canine fell
A second bullet found his heart and...

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Categories: death, dog, funeral, soulmate,

Premium MemberDeath is Nothing But Feelings by Caren Krutsinger
So we are going along nicely in life.
No big bumps or dents, no accidents or 
hospitalizations
BAM!

A death.

All the swears and frustrations come out.
The WHY him?...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Drugs by Kevon Worrell
Drugs is part of our everyday life
Whether it cure our wife 
Or give us the ability to strive 
Children don't no good from bad
So they...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, death, drug,

WALTER by Marc Pallanes
Wally was a warrior
took no crap from no one 
gave no crapt to none
Wally was my warrior,worrier number one

wise from the south side
smart from the...

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Categories: brother, celebration, death of

Window by Karamel Princess
I stare out the window and see that there is no longer rain
But the dark black clouds have not gone anywhere, they remain
I wonder why...

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Categories: death, jealousy, relationship,

Premium MemberWhy Do We Do This by Caren Krutsinger
He was a gangly kid. Ugly on the upside.
Unmemorable, until the day he died.
Suddenly, he was totally everyone’s best friend.
They try to one-up each other...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Memorial by Anna Hopper
I arrived in the church
By a gravitational tug
I considered myself
Unworthy to hug

The door was greeted
By a familiar face
With a painted on smile
Pain, covered in lace...

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Categories: death, anxiety, bereavement, best friend,