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Grandmother Funeral Poems

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


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,



Poem for Ma who liked poetry
Ma,
Leaping off the crown of a candle,
A hot bead without hold or handle,
Blobbed as us all on the bee-smell body of a star.

Air,
Shushing from the...

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Categories: funeral, beautiful, bereavement, death, eulogy,

Younger than my mother, yet Grandmother to me
 
Found the words to say so now here it goes
I hope you don't mind I'm not very good at Prose
Younger than my mother, yet...

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Categories: funeral, absence, age, bereavement, child,

Beers
Today I heard some news,
which made my heart sing blue.
Grandmother’s, most have two,
I did too and then I had you.

You raised me, with wit few...

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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, death, death of a

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,



Premium Member At A Funeral
At a funeral we,                     ...

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Categories: dog, flower, friend, funeral,

Premium Member My Dear Friend-Constanza
My loving friend I could depend
Out for lunch, shopping and talking              ...

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Categories: flower, friend, funeral, love,

A Poem for A beloved Sister
I was saddened to hear the passing of our beloved sister Adele,
Now that she has gone home to the Lord.

She will be remembered by her...

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Categories: funeral, bereavement, devotion, faith, family,

Tones
~~~~Concludes the poem "Dark Angel"

Tones

Speak to me in many waters
Wash away the dirt and grime
Lay my body upon the altar.
Transform me to another time.
May I...

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Categories: death, funeral, grandmother, remembrance

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,

Tears
Tears


Tears roll down her eyes
She trembles, shivers and sighs 
Goodbyes are forever 
Never again to be seen
Death breaks the toughest of hearts


Marckincia Jean
Tanka
10/11/19
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Categories: funeral, anger, change, death, depression,

Nanna
Today my heart feels sorrow
Saying goodbye is hard to do
But I will cherish every moment 
The memories I have of you

It's been the hardest thing...

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Categories: birthday, death, family, funeral,

Premium Member Eulogy Tribute to My Dear Sister Raven
As the ravens fed Prophet Elijah by the brook
you brought gentle words to nourish our souls.

Like the paintings of Monet, Van Gogh and Degas
Your creative...

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Categories: funeral, bereavement, cry, death of

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I can’t ever know what flowers they gave her,
on that brittle coffin,
Because those flowers belonged in the garden she made,
(That after they let grow wild...

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© Jay Yeats  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, eulogy, flower, funeral,

Two sides of death
Death was dreaded. 
Rehearsed. 
Experienced. 
Dreaded more. 

Being told, 
Silence. 
Empty. 
Frozen. 

Death. 
The day arrived. 
Surreal. 
Nothing. 

The bond was broken, 
The memories ended,...

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Categories: funeral, care, death, eulogy, family,