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Husband Funeral Poems

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

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,

Paraskevidekatriaphobia logical as any other phobia right
Paraskevidekatriaphobia logical as any other phobia right?

Superstition(s) stubbornly linger
impossible to shrug off
(cue Atlas) courtesy pointer finger
regarding Friday the thirteenth bringer
o' ire rush ill luck cue...

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Categories: funeral, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Fall is here again with the  
Saturday morning routine of paper and coffee.
A chance to sit and breathe,
halfway there....

Remembrances come unbidden
of mother lying on...

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Categories: funeral, death, depression, father daughter,

Premium Member wedding senryu

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Categories: death, funeral, husband, marriage,

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

Fishes From Heaven - for If I Had A Secret Life Contest
Fishes From Heaven

I’m sorry to leave that dear husband of mine
But Ted will be fine with his rod, reel and line
His love for his fishing...

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Categories: funeral, appreciation, death, fish, fishing,

Premium Member One Thousand Goodbyes
One Thousand Goodbyes

Years ago
a stranger became a friend
with little time left
she let me into her reflections
her child and husband dead
tragedy would strike again
her time on...

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Categories: art, death, funeral, introspection,


What if I would die suddenly, this day
What would kin and acquaintances  say
That I was smart, clever keeping my...

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Categories: analogy, eulogy, funeral, introspection,

When he arrived home,

All he gave to her,

Was gone,

He will sleep on a broken heart,

All alone,

His fist can no longer break her,
His words can...

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Categories: anger, boyfriend, funeral, hurt,

Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
in Grandma's loft I found, the week after we
laid her to rest next to her slain husband.
He was only twenty...

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Categories: appreciation, farewell, funeral, granddaughter,

The past few weeks have been so tough
As you can clearly see
Four funerals for us to attend
But its not made me teary

The first was Aedan’s...

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Categories: funeral, death, death of a

A Christmas Funeral
I had to cry on the inside,
As aunty laid spread on the Kitchen floor weeping.
She somewhat gathered herself and stood sobbing,
“They shot him” were words...

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Categories: funeral, loss, drug, , Lullaby,

Premium Member Rest In Peace Grandpa
To: My Grandpa

Grandpa was sharp as a whistle up until the very end. Old age and time passing just took a toll on his poor...

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Categories: blessing, death, funeral, goodbye,

Premium Member Her Dog
Sara lived across from a large cemetery;
So, many sad processions she had seen;
But one gray and foggy morning
One like no other made an eerie scene.


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Categories: dog, funeral, girlfriend, humorous,

Wellington Gate
His walk into town would prove fateful that day,
As his mind wandered idly while finding his way.
His footsteps were brisk like fall chill in the...

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Categories: death, emotions, funeral, goodbye,

THE UNION,:supportWidows supportWidowers
From far away past where silent orbs
Danced to rhythms of unknown forces forging
Newer niches in cloud then soil then rock,
Smouldering, sizzling silently as time tic...

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Categories: death, funeral, husband, lonely,

“The wheel is come full circle.” William Shakespeare

The clock tick-tocks!
The tables have turn counter clockwise.
The knowledge would be known.
Life is only given once.
This is what...

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Categories: funeral, bereavement, betrayal, change, faith,

Premium Member Lettuce Pray - or what not to do in church
A funeral is not the place when you find you need to laugh
Here is my true story about my little gaffe
I hope this poem does...

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Categories: funeral, humorous,

Gone and hopefully permanently forgotten
By Stanley Collymore

Never speak ill of the dead we’re constantly and solemnly
exhorted regardless of who they are or the life that
they freely chose to live,...

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Categories: funeral, life, woman, life,

If I die before I wake
As I die he will be with me,
I fell in love he had the key,
And always knelt on one knee.

My last thoughts are of him,...

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Categories: funeral, angel, beauty, boyfriend, dark,