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Dad Funeral Poems

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

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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

I Think I Love You, Dad
A hero to a little boy,
Smartest man in the world, so full of joy.
Big HOUSE! Big beard. Big Family! Big belly!!
“I love you son.” “I...

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© Joe Martin  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, dad, death, divorce, father,

Premium Member If I Were To Die Today
If I were to die today
would you celebrate
or would your heartbreak and fall apart from all the pain,
would it really be that hard for you...

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Categories: funeral, death,

Goodbye Daddy
Goodbye daddy 

Dear daddy I hope you can hear this
Part of me really hopes you can
But part of me thinks that you can't 
And then...

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© Sarah Cope  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, angst, anxiety, dad, daughter,

An unprepared son burying his dad

We all saw him seize his mum’s shoulder
And smile but in his heart a boulder
I knew you didn’t catch the second;
I happen to have a...

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Categories: death, father, fear, funeral,

And if I die tomorrow 
Tell my friends I tried,
that I tried living my best
And sorry if I wasn't a good friend 

And if I...

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Categories: death, funeral, heaven, humanity,

Premium Member Tears Will Console
He went to war each morn
Armed with thermos and lunch pail
Gearldine wasn’t his firstborn
As a girl – just a tomboy with a pigtail

He knew her...

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Categories: funeral, addiction, dad, daughter, death,

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: funeral, 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: funeral, dad, emotions, family, father,

Premium Member The Burial of His Father
The cold damp day seemed so awry
as rain was falling from the sky;
the thoughts within his mind distraught
with memories of times gone by.

His hopeful dreams...

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Categories: death, father, funeral,

The Life that I had
Dear Lord

The Life that I had is all that I had
And the life that I had 
Is Yours.

The Love that I had 
Of the life...

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Categories: funeral, death, death of a

Premium Member Goodbye Tim

The time has now come 
To say goodbye to you
Death was unexpected 
The good Lord only knew

Your soul was already gone
When your body was...

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Categories: funeral, care, death, family, friend,

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,


I drove your shining,Cadillac, Daddy!
The lead car to the cemetery.
A stuffed bear, your Borsalino,
In the August, back window,fino!

You, in the hearse, a few feet behind..

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Categories: funeral, chicago, death, father daughter,

Always First
To be first, that’s the key.
I should be first, mom and
dad were first before I 
was born.  I enjoy firsts.

First in the door, front...

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© Juli Freda  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, funeral,