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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.


My little Lily

   As I watched the rain dance
   The lightning was busy
   taking accurate scores about the sounds 
 ...

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Categories: child, family, father, fear,



England's Greatest Pride- Christen Kuikoua
Your years have been long and beautiful
You Ruled with Power and Might
Your majesty and your reign were not in question
Because God made you our greatest...

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Categories: blessing, devotion, england, family,

Premium Member a memory revisited


i remember my grand-mother
when she sang in the choir
at her baby sister's funeral

it wasn't till decades later
that i began to fathom
the depths of her grief



AP:...

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Categories: family, grandmother, grief, heartbreak,

Past, Present, Future
Past 
deserves a hushed funeral for the memories scarred 
from hands, unforgotten words, screams echoed
the times no one wants to relive 
somehow you manage to...

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© Fall Woods  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, absence, abuse, addiction, anger,

Premium Member Ashes and Thirst
Ashes and Thirst

Evil comes in all shapes, and all sizes. 
We have all heard this many times... before. 
But how truly large, or small can...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, abortion, america, anxiety, funeral,



Premium Member Deprived
Deprived (sleep)

The small green light
on the radio dial... 
glares at me in the dark. 
It is like a lazar light show going off. 
I threw...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, anxiety, confusion, crazy, emotions,

Destruction of bonds
Please Don't take that chance away from your kids ,make good choices for yourself for them : My Dad, my Dad didn't have much just...

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Categories: family, angel, change, childhood, conflict,

Our Father
We carry Dad in this huge box,
four of us bearing the weight,
that of him, that of the box, this very box,
this weighty combination, a virtual...

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Categories: dad, emotions, family, father,

MY OWN FATHER
I AM MY OWN FATHER
I NEVER KNEW OR UTTERED THE WORD FATHER MY ENTIRE LIFE
AT SCHOOL MEETINGS,HE WAS NO SHOW
I ONLY MET MY FATHER FOR...

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Categories: absence, family, father, father

Time Reveals
                        ...

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Categories: family, angel, celebration, confusion, creation,

Premium Member Ordained
We started on a common path,
But not one of our choice.
In time we went our separate ways,
To hear or find our voice,

And so traversed the...

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, funeral, memory,

Premium Member Festering Wound
The family ties are frayed by a festering wound
The siblings are fighting over their parent’s will,
The oldest brother a younger sister has impugned.

As fighting continued,...

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Categories: family,

Premium Member What A trip
For my very special birthday,                                        ...

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Categories: family, friend, humor, travel, uplifting,

Ghosts Live Within Skin
Ghosts live within skin as pale memories that 
swim across a body seemingly no longer touched 
by sunlight. Words from years gone by twist and...

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Categories: family, analogy,

Premium Member Reaching eighty-five
Reaching eighty-five           

 All of a sudden I’m eighty-five
and start remembering of things past
and begin...

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Categories: age, change, death, family,