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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.


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,

Premium MemberLast will and testament by RUDOLPH RINALDI
when I die
give whatever to goodwill
that doesn’t fit in the box with me

or 
when I die
put me on top of the box 
and fill the...

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Categories: death, funeral, goodbye, life,



Mourning Motioned by Keshan Govender
Results restore, relieving remedy
Steadying hopes, hollowing mopes
Chairs emptied, weighted sheet
Remembrances brightened, life faded
A stiffening corpse; a diminishing soul. 

Patience' patient, praying promises
Fluctuating lines, straining worry
Clocks...

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Categories: death, deep, feelings, funeral,

WHEN WILL MURDEROUS SPREES END by matthew harris
WHEN WILL MURDEROUS SPREES END???

An unprovoked angry, bloody,
     and deadly war zone
     on an unprovoked whim
dispassionately, indiscriminately,
...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, america, anxiety,

INTRACTABLE by David Byrne
In as much as it’s defensible,
Like a boot stamp on the innocent,
The uncompromising all,
Pernicious awareness of mortality.

©Feb 19th 2018
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Categories: death, abuse, angst, art, dream,

DEATH by David Byrne
The obvious it seems disappoints,
The lack of insight stamped on, like an ignorant ant.
You and I will die, what of it?

I think nothing of sleep...

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Categories: art, atheist, death,

Premium MemberI Forgive You Mom, Forgive Me by Dear Heart
My mother died young, she was only sixty-nine,
we had a history that was not always wonderful;
she said and did things, and I said and did...

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Categories: death, mother daughter,

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 MemberThe Story of Grandma Bea by Caren Krutsinger
Music was Grandma Bea’s life.  She lived for it.
Lifting her spirits more than a bit.
Funeral was today, family here
Remembering and smiling at her antics...

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Categories: death, inspirational, music,

Premium MemberDirt On Wood by James Study
Oh choir sing high
so all won't hear this dead man cry
Oh tears for me
won't wash me clean or set me free
Oh bed of death
no time...

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Categories: death, funeral, prayer, religious,

The Day We Met by Karamel Princess
Super excited to go on a blind date 
They say love is blind so why wait
I set up a date ( Thanksgiving Day), location and...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberI Am The Veteran by Curtis Moorman
I AM THE VETERAN

I fought in the trenches of World War I
In the foxholes of World War II
I was in the Korean Conflict
And the rice...

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Categories: america, appreciation, death, dedication,

The Truth In The Mirror by Karamel Princess
Standing in the bathroom in front of the sink, with my head down 
So much going on in my mind, my thoughts are spinning round...

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Categories: betrayal, death, murder,

Ashes to Ashes by Rhona McFerran
Since she died, I have to build
a makeshift funeral pyre
to burn up all the secrets told
her letters lit afire

I read them through before I do
the...

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Categories: bereavement, death of a

PECO Philadelphia Electric Company by matthew harris
PECO (Philadelphia Electric Company)... 
wont get a red cent from me
(explained by following words you see)

No...not until the 
     bitter cold temperature, 
     sans iron...

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Categories: adventure, death, fate, goodbye,

Premium MemberTHE PRICE OF DEATH by JAN ALLISON
his final journey
in a huge black limousine
death comes to us all

the funeral cost
he won’t have to pay the bill ...
grieving relatives!!!!!!

I know the florists
make a...

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Categories: death, flower, funeral, how

Premium MemberFather Arthur by arthur vaso
Dear Son
even I am long gone
dead and buried
please son take heed
the good lord will plead
good deeds do matter
sin will land you in the hereafter
down under...

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Categories: art, death, funeral, jesus,

Premium MemberDead Man's Prologue by Kevin Shaw
Dead Man’s Prologue

Apologies I can’t be with you all,
I was un-expectantly called away.
Without prior notice or warning,
Urgent meeting with overnight stay.
 
Thank you for a...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberWhen Tears Are Not Yet Dry by Ken Duddle
WHEN TEARS ARE NOT YET DRY

When you are grieving for me,
And the tears are not yet dry.
Remember my love for all I knew
And my love...

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Categories: death, farewell, funeral, grief,

Healing Rain by deb radke

I walk outside in rain so drear,
Not one thing my heart holds as dear;
Drops of pain raining down my face
Washing hope from life and love...

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Categories: change, death, funeral, inspirational,