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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.


Premium Member Suicide Cities
The day my life went comatose 
At 8:45 a.m. on February 1st 2010 my father took
His life with a gun…
I dipped myself into dangerous drugs...

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Categories: funeral, addiction, bereavement, christian, death,



PROWL
The lion prowls for a fresh meal
Ready to kill and watch you squeal
Teeth and claws shred your heart
Bones and muscle torn all apart

He seeks one...

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Categories: funeral, baptism, christian, conflict, easter,

Epigrams IV
Sex Hex
by Michael R. Burch

Love’s full of cute paradoxes
(and highly acute poxes).

Love
by Michael R. Burch

Love is either wholly folly,
or fully holy.

Nun Fun Undone
by Michael R....

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Categories: bible, christian, death, funeral,

Premium Member Use to Be
Use to Be

My best friend... 
I would bring things to you. 
You needed or wanted. 
I would talk to you for hours, 
about whatever you...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, faith, farewell, forgiveness, freedom,

Premium Member Loss
Loss

How can I express, 
something that can not be written down, 
unless you can grasp lightening, 
harness thunder, shush a whisper…
or ask your self if...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, chocolate, christian, death, forgiveness,



Premium Member Boxes of Hope
Boxes of Hope

In the attic there is tensile. 
Bright and lovely, reflective pieces
of fluff to begin the journey. 

One, two, three,
a dozen cardboard containers. 
I...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, appreciation, cancer, confusion, death,

Premium Member California Cold
California Cold 

Rented cars…
every month the cost?
Bread and milk.
Why? 
To go get my kids. 
I had to. 
My own car was bad, 
unreliable, and dangerous....

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, anti bullying, conflict, divorce,

Comfort and Joy
Comfort and Joy


The graveyard is a little morning rain for the day 

if you have time
let go and get back to the house 
and let...

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Categories: christian, death, farewell, funeral,

Premium Member Grandma
Grandma

My hands hesitate here… hovering over the keyboard…
Numb, hard to make do as I ask…
This should be happy, 
but I am…
crying.

I miss her. 

She smoked...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beautiful, celebration, funeral, grandchild,

A Portal to Glory
Should Death be arrogant and proud,
Or slink like villains plotting harm?
Should it come open-face, shouting alarm,
And crying prophecies out loud?
Is Death the villain, spoiler, thief...

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© Jim Dunlap  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christian, farewell, funeral,

Premium Member Pressed Linens
Pressed Linens 


I left for the church when called to serve
A need for help in the kitchen was the request
When I arrived I saw the...

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Categories: funeral, appreciation, caregiving, change, christian,

The Task
You and I, both knit and named
while in our mothers’ wombs,
were each given a life-long task
by He who beat the tomb.

And day-by-day we try our...

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Categories: christian, death, faith, funeral,

Merciful Deceased Mother Father Twill See Thee Anon
Merciful Deceased Mother - Father T'will See Thee Anon

Atheism underscores bedrock
schema Holy Toledo
encompassing mine secular humanistic credo
simultaneously tricking elusive illusion, sans
supernal radiant quintessence

blasting damn ming...

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Categories: cinderella, forgiveness, funeral, goodbye,

Under Your Cover
Under Your Cover

In a cot
Sitting, waiting
Tears shed
Heart fainting
I watched as she drifted
Drifted away
It came so early
That daggering day
Shes gone
'they' placed the lid on
Under the cover
Dark,...

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Categories: funeral, bible, christian, death, faith,

Premium Member Socrates and his Ouzo
There was a man named Freddie
he'd beat is wife ever steady
a self centered drunk
he was a scum and a skunk
the judge made sure his cell...

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Categories: funeral, anti bullying, art, christian,

Might they sing
The murmur of hardships along the way
these words include and excludes the theyes" and"themes"
in conversation.Those spoken about as "They" or " Them"
to draw two closer...

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Categories: funeral, appreciation, art, blessing, christian,

Premium Member Soar Now
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© TJ Silba  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, bereavement, christian, death, emotions,

Premium Member After All
A life beyond death, what might this be?
  Where and how may such life be found?
Whenever, what will it mean for me,
  with...

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Categories: christian, funeral, heaven, judgement,

Premium Member A HAT AT REST
As I look at this empty Pew, I  can't help but miss you
I thought of you in a special way, realizing you did not...

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Categories: funeral, bereavement, celebration, christian, destiny,

Abortion 11
Can you have a butterfly without a caterpilla
Can you have a frog without a tadpol
Can you have a human being without a fetus
Lord forgive their...

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Categories: funeral, abortion, baby, body, christian,