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Christian Funeral Poems

These Christian Funeral poems are examples of Funeral poems about Christian. These are the best examples of Funeral Christian poems written by international poets.

Funeral Nobody Came 2 Because No 1 Knew From Whence He Came
When I eventually died 

And was medically pronounced dead 

What remained of my body after I was dead 

Had to be disposed of eventually 


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Categories: funeral, death,

Premium Member For Dwight Mcintosh
Patriarch, Dwight McIntosh
Friendly and kind, always a smile
Filled with joy, oh my gosh –
Love so alive, love that’s still in style

Patriarch, the man of the...

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Categories: funeral, christian, death, death of

Premium Member Brian
For Brian Blankenship, a heart worth remembering

Stronger than I could imagine being,
Reminding me that love isn’t always agreeing –
But it is fiercer than a roaring...

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Categories: funeral, christian, death, death of

Premium Member When Doves Cry
Ice formed in craggy spirals 
Upside down and billowed
on the outstretched arms
of a winter dead willow
still awaiting Spring’s charm

sunlight peered through 
the glistening frozen crystals...

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Categories: christian, death, eulogy, funeral,

Premium Member In Hospice Care
Tortured by the looming death,
Beloved, a mother… in hospice care
Difficult for her to understand, she breathed
A prayer, silently begging the Creator to give her
Another day,...

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Categories: funeral, appreciation, death, death of

Premium Member Lamentations
Sackcloth and ashes
blood and steel clashes 

carbon dust burnt at last 
digging the umber crust

sackcloth and ashes lie 
as time passes into the future 


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Categories: funeral, allegory, allusion, analogy, angst,

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: 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: funeral, anxiety, confusion, crazy, emotions,

The Light Poem
The Light Poem:  by Shawn Wilkinson

I’ve done the hard work.
My chains are Freed
I’m am relieved
I’m a new person indeed.

Free to make new choices
Out of...

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Categories: funeral, anger, anxiety, christian, courage,

Taking Flight
On this day
A day of sigh
A wooden box
My body may lie
But Me myself
You will not find
In the ground
I won't be found
For I am no longer

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Categories: funeral, angel, bible, christian, death,

Tutu - Archhbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu 1931-2021
small father, The Arch is missed even by Dalai Lama, Buddhists
this writer loves Israel, but Tutu cried for Palestine, fellow-activists
my truth: the Arch gave me...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, america, appreciation, brother, christian,

Heaven Bound
I woke up this morning. The Lord was holding my hand
And we were looking down at me
You will find my name on the obituary page

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© Joyce Dale  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, christian, death, heaven,

Premium Member Acts of War Ii
Act Eight, Chapter One. Part Two
                Part of a grander...

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Categories: funeral, abortion, absence, adventure, age,

Premium Member Uncle Dubby

I’ll tell you who Uncle Dubby is
The true backbone of our family
The root of where it all began
The beginning of our family tree
First with...

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Categories: funeral, christian, death, family, feelings,

Dance My Soul
Dance my soul

Though your day is dark

And night is long-cold

Take heart for the tide will soon turn

And pain fades away

It has been a winding tedious...

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Categories: funeral, anxiety, beautiful, beauty, celebration,