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Happy Funeral Poems

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

The Best Funeral Ever
We came clad in white suits, 
With crocodile skin made boots 
Alongside a funky dressed lady each, 
For bravery during the time of speech. 

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Categories: funeral, best friend,

Premium Member WHY I LOVE NEGRO SPIRITUALS when the only way out was death
I know why we sang those songs;
I have a spiritual 
Why I LOVE NEGRO Spirituals-
connection to
those songs we sang.
We sang out messages to the universe,

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Categories: daughter, death, emotions, funeral,

Premium Member I will dance with you again
Dedicated, in loving memory, to Katie and Richard. 
Rest in peace my friends. 

Come gather here, 
Be at your ease,
To say this last goodbye. 

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Categories: funeral, death, death of a

The Funeral Procession
This is the closest that I have ever been to  a funeral for more than forty years, a young boy just eighteen was shot...

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Categories: funeral, age, character, community, death,

The Devil is Booed Out of Heaven
New Moon new, new tune
It’s a lovely afternoon
New broom sweeping the town
And spiritual cleansing is scattered all around
The wind is blowing lightly 
And the race...

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Categories: funeral, appreciation, community, conflict, death,

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

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. 

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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.
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,

Premium Member Grandma

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

I miss her. 

She smoked...

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

Premium Member Eleanor Rigby
I’m one of the  lonely,
the oh so lonely people
missing your subtle smile.
You were a pretty blue eyed beauty,
with unkept hair and go go boot...

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Categories: angst, funeral,

Below this ground
Here he lies in front of us all
Nothing wrong; he is dead that's all
Vanity be our tears for his eyes have forever closed
And if ours...

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Categories: funeral, bereavement, best friend, cry,

Premium Member Tom Died at Winter Solstice
You asked us not to cry when you have passed on 
	But we do not need handkerchiefs we need storm water drains
		May the flash floods...

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Categories: death, funeral, future,

Premium Member The Poet in His Casket
The Poet in His Casket

Well, look at you lying there!
In your brown suit and gold tie.
How I want to hug you now!
You can't be dead,...

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Categories: angst, death, funeral, i

Premium Member Beware
I came in to your apartment entrance
In someone's clothes to celebrate a happy
Even though you didn't finance
This reliance
There was complaisance
No definance
Because of your continuance
I soon...

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Categories: funeral, abuse, bereavement, death, drug,

Premium Member Dr Narcotic
Doctor narcotic slinging jellybeans and placebo
  with one twitch of the wrist, one life goes on the tilt

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Categories: drug, funeral,

Sometimes you made me laugh,
Sometimes you made me cry.
Sometimes I made you laugh,
Sometimes I made you cry.

Sometimes you made me angry,
Sometimes you made me happy.

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Categories: eulogy, funeral, grief, i

Premium Member Dead Man's Prologue
Dead Man’s Prologue

Apologies I can’t be with you all,
I was un-expectantly called away.
Without prior notice or warning,
Urgent meeting with overnight stay.
Thank you for a...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, death of a friend,

When time moves on 
And we have to stop to say goodbye
My how it reminds us how time flies by
Oh why must we say...

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Categories: bereavement, family, funeral, god,

Premium Member My Kubla Kahn Funeral Please
Here are my instructions for when I leave this world to go into the “magic realm of possibilities”, the heaven on another plane. For it...

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Categories: emotions, funeral, happy, how