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Father Epitaph Poems

These Father Epitaph poems are examples of Epitaph poems about Father. These are the best examples of Epitaph Father poems written by international poets.

Premium Member These R God's Letters He Created In Me the Words-
God this is your letter
 these are your words
 these those words 
you whisper for words 
To share with my brother's
And my sister's 
Anointed to...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, celebration, devotion,

Premium Member Father and Son
We all fit where God has chosen and yet we believe it’s us who have coveted

That we do the desiring, selling tickets to your mother...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, blessing, christian,

Premium Member A King
A beloved king~Prince Philip,                     ...

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Categories: death, life, love,

Premium Member The Question Is-Is There Peace In the Cemetery
At the cemetery 
At the grave in the tomb is there peace
The surrounding environment
 say that it's so
Yet inside beneath the ground lies
 nothing but...

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Categories: analogy, confidence, heaven, peace,

Premium Member God Got You and Jesus Too Just Believe Receive Just Be Still-
Little one, why you cry;
Keep your eyes towards the skies;
God, yes and Jesus too;
Got their eyes on you;

Young man with the gun in your hands;

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Categories: analogy, beautiful, memorial,

Premium Member A Dedication To My Father Joseph Lee
~Here doesn't lies a physical man for his spirit has risen and left the land the casket contains his flesh and Bones but his Spirit...

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Categories: analogy, celebration, eulogy, father,

Premium Member Epitaph For My Father, An Everyman
Epitaph for My Father, an Everyman

(Written with John Hughes in mind, 
      as he will understand)

One night in particular, I...

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Categories: christian, father daughter, forgiveness,

Hiroshima Poems I
Hiroshima Poems I

Let Us Be Midwives!
by Hiroshima survivor Sadako Kurihara
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

the basement of a shattered building...
atomic bomb survivors sniveling in the...

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Categories: epitaph, child, children, eulogy, father,

Elegy For a Little Girl, Lost
Elegy for a little girl, lost
by Michael R. Burch

. . . qui laetificat juventutem meam . . .

She was the joy of my youth,
and now...

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Categories: epitaph, bereavement, daughter, death, eulogy,

Shrinks Beware Karma
here lie the remains of savior-imposters
lots of canned answers from textbooks
they knew: peace & reconciliation will be their ruin
so, divorce or hate, were prolonged a...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, angst, depression, education,

Premium Member Choosing a Gravestone Epitaph For Your Mother and Father As An Allegory For Writing Poetry


[Author's note: if this poem needs decrypting, see my reply below]...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: epitaph, father, grave, mother,

Athenian Epitaphs
Athenian Epitaphs

Mariner, do not ask whose tomb this may be,
but go with good fortune: I wish you a kinder sea.
—Michael R. Burch, after Plato

Does my...

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Categories: epitaph, death, eulogy, funeral, grave,

To My Own Self Say Sorry
Tears reunite with my cheeks once again
Just as the dark clouds above start to rain
It Felt as if God was their crying with me
I felt...

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Categories: sorry,

To My Father
You lived without stain
You go without strain
We live to follow the trail...

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Categories: eulogy, inspirational,

Twenty-First Century Nativity
On the twentieth floor of a high rise flat,
A new born baby cries by his mother’s side
Her name was Marie with no where to bide,

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Categories: abuse, addiction, christmas, discrimination,