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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.


Too Many Funerals by Sean Rackley
Relatives, celebrities,
and soldiers we lament;
This time, a younger friend has passed
Another wake I choose to attend
Getting ready to go:
flowers bought and sent,
praying, bathing, dressing, and...

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Categories: death, death of a

Bye May by Wendy M
Here Lays May
Who was on her way
To a little old bar,
She was hit by a car....

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Categories: death of a friend,



Premium MemberOn Aging by Maurice Rigoler

The wife and I have put on years,
(most have settled on our rears.
Greater effort is now required
for anything, and we are easily tired.
Our data-base of...

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Categories: age, death,

Premium MemberEPITAPH by JAN ALLISON

Here lies the remains of old Ethel Carter
she breezed through life as a prolific farter

With a tremendous force she passed her last
departing this world saying...

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Categories: death, funeral, humorous, wind,

Premium MemberWalking Through The Funeral by Caren Krutsinger
Death
Shocking
Nothing left
Completely depleted
Feeling nothing
Walking through the funeral
Tears stormed up inside, hidden from all
Methodical zombie movements
Tears stormed up inside, hidden from all
Walking through the funeral
Feeling nothing
Completely...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Tissue by Brianna Hobson
Tissue paper 
White and thin 
Vision of a ghost skeleton

Bedsheets cover 
No body! 
No feet!

Tissue paper for
the recently deceased
...

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Categories: angel, death, dream, funeral,

Goodbye my friend till we meet again by Albert Wandera
In the school, we played together.
The celebration of life we lived together. 
All the years yearning for a better life.
You were the true treasure of...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Breaking USA News by Rico Leffanta
The late Senator John McCain will Lie In State
President Donald Trump will lie everywhere else...

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Categories: america, betrayal, corruption, death,

MOM by Pixie Dust
MOM 

I still can't grasp the thought that you are gone 
cuz you were the rock in which I perched my strong 
Forever in your...

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Categories: death,

Respect by M. L. Kiser
Respect was Aretha’s request
Every good soul deserves the best
She lived her life
Pure and right
Ever honest and true
Creating music for me and you
To celebrate her life...

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Categories: death, farewell, funeral, memorial

A Prayer Answered by SCHYLAR ROSE
A Prayer Answered

I used to live in a bubble, fun filled and care free
But now my life is similar to autumn leaves under an oak...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, daughter, death,

A Heroes Burial by Steve Sant
Lay him by the tree stump he'll be shaded by the wall
He might then rest forever not til next time Jerry call
Lay him deep and...

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Categories: death, funeral, world war

Premium MemberAngels by Kale Brereton

Angels sleeping on a cloud
Calm and comfortably
Resting in peace
Eternally

Watching over us
Protectively
Sending signs and signals
Peacefully

As they try to tell us
Respectfully
To take advantage
Of the time we have
Graciously

To...

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Categories: angel, death, funeral, inspirational,

nanny don't be scared by daisy tyrrell
Awaiting the news, we feared the worst and hoped for the best.
Life was about to put my family through an unforgettable test
Mom came in, evidence...

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Categories: death, age, cancer, cry, hope,

I LOVE my HINDU view of RESURRECTION by Anil Deo
You and I are different, apparently separate, and end the same at our END
Death is that unannounced birthday gift, we never open in life
When I...

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Categories: analogy, atheist, bible, death,

Hiroshima n Nagasaki by matthew harris
Seventy Three Years Since 1945
(August 6 and 9 respectively)

Robert Oppenheimer manned 
"The Manhattan Project",
a top secret World War II mission
which constituted "Little Boy" codename 

for...

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

Premium MemberAfter The Funeral by Kai Michael Neumann
After The Funeral

Tim had found his place after the party. Faring well in his urn he waited to be scattered. Compartmentalised, fragmented and united into...

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Categories: death,

Goodbye by Reginald Telemacque
The nights are dark and no longer cold 
It's just scorching heat 

The pain has become unbearable 
And I can't seem to sleep 

It's been...

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Categories: death, fate, funeral, goodbye,

Premium MemberAfter The Funeral by Victor Buhagiar
Dusk fell rapidly. Three women dressed in black
With their young lanky companion hurried back
To their rather small impoverished dark room.
Only an oil lamp that added...

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Categories: death, faith, sorrow,

Premium MemberAfter the Funeral by Tania Kitchin
After the funeral, I am sad, so very broken
I have not heard from anyone or even spoken
Flooded with Memories of our vows, our plan
You were...

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Categories: death, grief,