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.


Premium MemberOne Monday Changed Everything by Caren Krutsinger
She was on her way to work 
A sixty-minute drive she made every day
It was a rainy day, drizzly, a Monday
Her car flipped in every...

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

Premium MemberThe Slice Of Life by Edward Ibeh
Nobody wants to die prematurely
For life is too beautiful. And the slice of life
Tastes sweeter than a cherry so sweet
In the midst of life, myriads...

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Categories: death, desire, future, life,



Premium MemberMy Tragic Unforeseen Death by John Gondolf
A melancholy mood prevails today,
and clouded by a scene that’s so surreal.
The organ music wails of life’s decay;
my casket brings on tears they can’t conceal.

My...

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Categories: bereavement, death, funeral, sad,

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,

Fields of Silence by Eugene Harvey
‘Silence’ is their interim address
Where time like a river yet flows
Terrestrial dust returns once again
To the place whence all life grows,

Resting quietly in Death’s garden...

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Categories: celebration, death, family, funeral,

Premium MemberDEATH DEVOURS LOVELY THINGS by Kim Rodrigues
DEATH DEVOURS LOVELY THINGS


The fallow ground was thirsty for her —
“I’m in trouble” stung like a nightingale’s knife.
The moon and stars in vertiginous blur
stilled her...

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Categories: death,

The Funeral by Timothy McGuire
I appreciate you coming, don't be sad,
I'm in a better place now, so be glad.
What you are looking at is an empty shell,
and you are...

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Categories: death, funeral,

How Do You Give Away A Life by roger turner
Sorting boxes, packing clothes
Assaulted by the past
When you stood and said forever
You both thought it would last
A jewellery box, a trinket here
A gift they never...

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Categories: cry, death, family, feelings,

Premium MemberBeggar's End by Lisle Ryder
From back streets, alleys and hedgerows they came,
all sorts of people with children and dogs
filling the Chapel like a hall of fame;
the smell in the...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, religious,

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,

I'll Settle Down Some Day, Part II by David Welch
...But his lust for life remained unfulfilled,
’till one day he ran into One-Eyed Bill,
Leader of a group of rough-hewn men,
Grant decided to throw in with...

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Categories: addiction, celebration, death, loss,

I Know by Drencho POET
I know 
that I will die
but my day hides
my date is unknown
I am curious
and yet scared
of such a fact
that I will die
anytime 
irrespective of my...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberSoar Now by TJ Silba
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Categories: bereavement, christian, death, emotions,

Premium Member I RATHER SEE YOU ALIVE I DON'T CARE TO SEE YOU DEAD by James Edward Lee Sr.
            I RATHER SEE YOU ALIVE       I DON'T...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, death, depression,

I Know by Drencho POET
I know 
that I will die
but my day hides
my date is unknown
I am curious
and yet scared
of such a fact
that I will die
anytime 
irrespective of my...

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Categories: death,

Basement by Manya Saxena
Trapped : cut off, shut in, confined. 
Like a prolonged dream,
Running, not reaching anywhere, 
Hiding, getting caught.

Dark : dusky, pitch black, unilluminated.
A glint of light,...

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Categories: absence, dark, death, depression,

Premium MemberObituary of a moth by Charlie Knowlton



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Categories: boxing day , death of

Premium MemberClinton Lynch 1862-1912 by stark hunter
Clinton Lynch
1862-1912

It took a long time for me to die.
Five long years; from the moment
Doctor Barmore told me my heart was bad,
Until the day I...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberI am close by K. T. Pearson
In your thoughts
We will touch
In your dreams
We shall meet

Now our hearts
Beat as one 
See me in your shadow
Know I am close

In the wind
I whisper your...

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Categories: courage, death, devotion, funeral,

Premium MemberBeing Psychic Helps by Caren Krutsinger
Gone without notice.
Shocking everyone.
But me.


Gone without preparation.
Angering the family.
Except me.


Gone before they could say "I love you."
Sorrow overtakes them.
But not me....

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Categories: death, death of a