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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.

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,

A Father's Eulogy
He reached out to me
And said “Son, take my hand”
And thus began the journey
From young boy to man.
The road will not always be smooth
And at...

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Categories: funeral, death, eulogy, father, father

Premium Member Grieving
I walk amidst the lonely path and cry
I will never see my dad since he died
Think, how I never said my last goodbye
Gazing up I...

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Categories: funeral, angst, anxiety, death, family,

The Pulse
Learning a heart beats makes life go fast
My heart beats twice as fast as you think
and half as fast as I remember

When the rainbow came...

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Categories: funeral, anxiety, celebration, father daughter,

Premium Member Old Man Crabb - Both Audio and Text
Sixty some odd years ago, when I was just a kid, our home was on the very edge of town.
The man that lived next door...

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Categories: funeral, inspirational,

Premium Member Thelma Lou - BOTH Audio and Text
The biggest funeral I've ever attended...

Thelma was a waitress at the diner on the corner of 4th and Oak, across from Ron’s DX, in Abilene.

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Categories: funeral, heart, love, memory,

Premium Member I Think Mother Knew - BOTH Audio and Text
“Who’s that by the casket?” I turned and quizzed my brothers,
discretely, as the mourners filed in.
“That’s old Jacob Wrigley,” one replied, “a friend of dad...

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Categories: funeral, family, mother,

Children, I've Lost Your Father
Mother called her children 'round
and said I really hate to bother
but I have some rather sorry news,
I think I've lost your father.

He was in the...

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© J. Summers  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, funeral, lost,

Premium Member There For Me
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...

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Categories: funeral, 12th grade, character, hope,

Covid The Reaper
Covid 19 
The reaper

Lives cut short
Families grow smaller
Children experience 
the unimaginable
Mom Dad have no answers
why is this happening
What does shelter in place mean, essential
Why cant...

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Categories: death, eulogy, fear, funeral,

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...

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Categories: funeral, christian, death, emotions, family,

If he still had a voice
The day the angels came, i didnt then know why,
Untill i saw my fathers eyes, as he began to cry,

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Categories: funeral, angel, bereavement, children, death,

Heaven's Light: A Loving Memory of my Uncle, Paul Murray
Heaven’s light shines brighter today
And its gates are opened extra wide
They’re preparing for another angel
To be seated by God’s side.
The trumpets blow louder
And the angel’s...

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Categories: angel, farewell, funeral, god,

Premium Member Viewing, Revisited
Thinly lined eyelids seal the window to his soul.
His cheeks sink in, countenance concealed and dull.
His still lips wrinkle down to a frown, without tone.

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Categories: funeral, confusion, dad, death, father,

Premium Member Puff - for funeral service contest
We’re here to remember you, Tony McDuff
Though most of us here knew you better as ‘Puff’
You’d take any challenge, no matter how rough
Alas your last...

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Categories: funeral, cancer, death of a