Funeral Family Poems
These Funeral Family poems are examples of Family poems about Funeral. These are the best examples of Family Funeral poems written by international poets.
There For Me
family, 12th grade, character, hope,
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.
I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...
anxiety, beautiful, depression, family,
I’m gonna call my mother
It’s been a while since it’s felt like home
Been a while since the nostalgia’s flowed
Storm passed, looked green outside...
No two sisters were born more separate,
I inherited traits of my father;
she was the wild fighting spirit of mom.
Fashion taste and even the food...
cousin, family, relationship,
family, beauty, bird, community, devotion,
The black crow, a stunning bird
A closer look witness colorful inserts
A loyal bird with only one lifetime partner
Play hard, but work harder
Constant construction of the...
family, angel, bereavement, death, death
Think of me, but do not weep, I have no pain.
Dwell not for long my friends, as none of us can stay.
family, bereavement, death, funeral,
Candle in the wind,a memory,a prayer,silent words are spoken,now our loved ones are not there..we will always remember,the good times we had,always great and fun...
family, dog, flower, friend, funeral,
My Dear Friend-Constanza
family, flower, friend, funeral, love,
My loving friend I could depend
Out for lunch, shopping and talking ...
Requiem For The Fishermen
death, family, fishing, funeral,
Requiem for the fishermen,
who lay at rest in the depths,
once, the sea's foamy spray
flecked their weatherworn faces,
still breathing in their children's dreams,
Father's Day Reflection
appreciation, dedication, family, love,
Greetings, and "Happy Father's Day," my dear brothers and sisters. I just can't sit and let it go by like that. I have to give...
DON'T CRY FOR ME
christian, death, emotions, family,
One day I'll lay upon a bed
and someone near will declare me dead
Don't cry for me when my time is done
for life for me has...
Senior Trip To Fold With Honor
anniversary, children, drink, family,
What was brewing?
A health care debate done for fooling
Who has the medical skill?
Up there on the Hill
Are they still talking about the prescription...
our pledge and promise
I would like to tell you a story
age, death, family, grandchild,
by Michael R. Burch
This poem is dedicated to my grandfather, George Edwin Hurt, who died April 4, 1998.
Between the prophecies of morning
and twilight’s revelations of...